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Old 04-18-2001, 07:21 PM   #1
Jessie James
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Post Uh... where's the fuel line?

Okay, I hooked up my fuel pressure gauge sender to what I *thought* was the fuel line from the tank. But that only reads about 12 psi...

So which line is the high pressure fuel line from the tank?

I've got a MY00 Impreza, and picked the line that comes in to the engine compartment, goes over the black canister, then into the top silver line. It's secured with a phillips-head screw clamp. Line below it is secured with a tension clamp. The other line (that goes onto the copper colored line) is also an option.

Help me out so I don't have fuel spraying everywhere!

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Old 04-19-2001, 08:23 AM   #2
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I located the fuel rail on the drivers side and then traced the incoming fuel line back a little and tapped off there. The line goes from the fuel rail to the fuel filter so make sure you tap after the filter but before the fuel rail. I can go take a quick picture of my car if its still unclear.

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Old 04-19-2001, 08:40 AM   #3
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The Fuel Filter is Printed with IN & OUT on it. That is the Pressure line, it should read 24/34lbs.

The line running [over] the black canister (fuel filter) is the [return] line from the Pressure Regulator.

Hope this Helps

If you need more help, let me know, I [used] to have a manual guage on mine.

EDIT: Had to add something else

I can always swing by

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