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There are three fittings on the accumulator, two on top and one on the bottom. The fitting in the center of the top is out, the one on the edge is in. The fitting on the bottom is attached to the lower-pressure return line ( t in the line) and is only there in the event of an accumulator failure. This allows the fuel to return to the tank if the internal diaphragm should rupture.
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