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CorvetteBob Fuel lines, which is which?
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In working on my fuel system over the past several months, I seem to have forgotten which outlet at the top of the tank is the pressure line, and the return line.
I’ve tried to add a pic but I can’t get one to go. My pics are too big.
Posted on: 11/5 22:31
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Matatk Re: Fuel lines, which is which?
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Not my pics, but might help. It's been a while but I think the FSM has the info. I'll try to check later.

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Posted on: 11/6 0:06
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joeld Re: Fuel lines, which is which?
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In Matt's pictures the top hose with the two clamps is the feed(pressure) and the bottom hose is return. The hose on the left is vapor return.

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CorvetteBob Re: Fuel lines, which is which?
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Thanks Joel.
That’s kind of what I thought, but needed to find out just to make sure.
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CorvetteBob Re: Fuel lines, which is which?
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I’m also trying to figure out where this very short ground wire should attach.
It’s length would say attach to a screw on the tank unit, but something about that seems odd. Racetronix has been no help, I’ve called twice.
Again, I’m trying to add photos but my iPhone 7+ isn’t cooperating
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Matatk Re: Fuel lines, which is which?
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I'm not sure what ground wire you're referring to.

The forum doesn't accept pictures over 1000k. You'll need to use a photo resizer program to reduce the size before you can upload them.
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CorvetteBob Re: Fuel lines, which is which?
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Yeah. I tried a couple apps with no luck. If you have time, send me an email to bobzcarz@yahoo.com and I’ll attempt to send you the photo of the wire in question
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CorvetteBob Re: Fuel lines, which is which?
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It’s been a couple weeks and I still haven’t really come to a firm conclusion. So I’m just gonna overkill it. I’ll put the connector to a gear clamp, and further run an additional length to a ring connector and finish at a hold down screw for the tank unit. I might even bare that wire and pass it under the line clamps for static. But even I think it’s too much.
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