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I am attempting to change the fuel filter, noting works to disconnect the lines.

(1997 Ford F-150)
in Tucson, AZ on June 22, 2014
the lines going into and out of the filter are braided high pressure held into place with a quick connect of some I have not encountered...strange looking clamp that hooks down into the fitting after it is locked onto the filter nipple...all of my quick disconnect tools will not work to release this line...any ideas?
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on June 22, 2014
Youtube!!!
on June 23, 2014
hmmmm...not a bad idea..thanks..
on June 23, 2014
Better to see it done that read about it 'being' done!!... Specially the way i type!
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