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andy talbot

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Replacing fuel line ...nightmare infuriating awkward T₩@t of a job 1524483104427-1471927914.jpg
 

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Your new return pipe from the back end of the rail should be underneath the injector pipes. 270cdi.jpg
 
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1524495292309726338270.jpg It was harder to remove than fit new one ,took all injector pipes off and the high pressure pipe off the rail the old one had been rubbed through on the ancillary belt .
When I fitted new one it was in same position as old one slackened off clamp and twisted push fitting round and tightened it up ........all done
 
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That's why it was a pig to get return pipe off it was under the injector pipes I was just being lazy
 

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Did you replace the two clips that stop the pipe touching the belt?
 
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Ha ..what clips .....none there just twisted pipe and and tightened clamp ,it is well out of way now
 

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