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Old 01-25-2013, 07:25 PM   #1
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I was looking over my engine bay and found that this hose looks to be cracked in many places. I assume it needs replaced and is not just an outer layer. What part number is this or what is it called? thanks!





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Old 01-25-2013, 07:44 PM   #2
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looks to be a fuel line....correct me if im wrong but im pretty sure that is it
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Old 01-25-2013, 07:45 PM   #3
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If it's the same hose in the 2nd pic with the fuel rail dampeners, that's a fuel line. Definitely replace it, ASAP, along with the others if they're suspect.
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Old 01-25-2013, 09:22 PM   #4
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yes its the same hose in the second pic. wow, ok ill get that fixed this weekend. What part should I ask for at the auto store ? or part number from Subaru? is there a diagram of all the fuel hoses so I can check them all? thanks for the info.
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Old 01-25-2013, 09:39 PM   #5
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Goto Subaru and have them pull up the diagram. Or take the hose off, find fuel grade hose of the same INSIDE diameter, and use that.

FYI, you need to depressurize the system to even begin to get that hose off.
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Old 01-25-2013, 09:56 PM   #6
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alright thanks. I have the APS Inlet and went on their website to see if I can get a replacement line. But if any fuel line will work, ill try the local store. to depressurize, I can just open gas cap and let the car sit overnight, correct?
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A turbo inlet has nothing to do with a fuel line.

Instructions on how to do it are floating around here somewhere.
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alright thanks. I have the APS Inlet and went on their website to see if I can get a replacement line. But if any fuel line will work, ill try the local store. to depressurize, I can just open gas cap and let the car sit overnight, correct?
Incorrect. Just pull the fuse for the fuel pump, or access the top of the pump via the rear seat and unplug it (I can't recall if the pump has a dedicated fuse or if it shares it with something else...); start the engine; after it stalls, continue cranking for a few seconds until it has clearly given up on the idea of starting. After that any fuel in the lines will be depressurized.
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A turbo inlet has nothing to do with a fuel line.

Instructions on how to do it are floating around here somewhere.
Actually, the FPR is relocated with the APS inlet and they give you new hoses. I looked up the install directions and diagram online.

http://www.airpowersystems.com/wrx/intake/install.htm

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Incorrect. Just pull the fuse for the fuel pump, or access the top of the pump via the rear seat and unplug it (I can't recall if the pump has a dedicated fuse or if it shares it with something else...); start the engine; after it stalls, continue cranking for a few seconds until it has clearly given up on the idea of starting. After that any fuel in the lines will be depressurized.
Ok thanks, I followed a how to on here about installing injectors and it said remove fuel cap and sit overnight to relieve pressure. I will do what you recommend. thanks
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Actually, the FPR is relocated with the APS inlet and they give you new hoses. I looked up the install directions and diagram online.

http://www.airpowersystems.com/wrx/intake/install.htm



Ok thanks, I followed a how to on here about installing injectors and it said remove fuel cap and sit overnight to relieve pressure. I will do what you recommend. thanks

If that works for others, you should give it a shot. The worst that would happen is a short burst of fuel at about ~40psi. Just hold a rag over the line when you remove it, and wear eye protection.
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If that works for others, you should give it a shot. The worst that would happen is a short burst of fuel at about ~40psi. Just hold a rag over the line when you remove it, and wear eye protection.
It might, but didnt want to risk it, just unplugged the green connector at passenger kick panel and tried to start it a couple times. Only a little fuel in the line, and not under pressure. Picked up replacement hose at autozone with same diameter and pressure rating for 4.00/ft.
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