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Martin Arias Martin Arias is offline
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The return line split, but it split near the point where it intersects with the high pressure fuel line. Thus, maybe the two lines rubbing together for almost 20 years had something to do with it splitting too. Anyway, I found it to be odd, but I rember hearing somewhere that ethanol may affect certain rubber components (i.e. flexible fuel lines?) Just an unscientific guess. Regardless of the cause, please do consider replacing your old flexible fuel lines near the engine in your 930. It can't hurt. If people routinely replace their brake lines after a few years , this one is a no brainer.
Old 12-01-2006, 11:32 AM
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