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this is the first repair I had to make on my new-to-me 930, 5 years ago.
I think that hose gets buggered up when the engine is R&R improperly.
I was able to patch it temporally with some hose clamps and copper tubing until I was able to get it to the shop. - (I was not able to remove the fittings that some gorilla had tightened on the engine re-install.)

I count my blessing on the find also. After a sprited drive back from Lime Rock Park, I parked in my driveway to unlock the door & pull 'er in. When I went out to close the garage door, there was a big puddle of Sunoco 93 on the drive. Lucky for me it had just split, (or there was no leakage under power). I hate to think what would have happened if the fuel sprayed on the thermal reactors that were on the car then.

try 911 356 062 05 for the high pressure return hose.
(but do your homework, the hose that I needed might not be the one you need.)
{mine went from the hard line in the tunnel to a banjo fitting at the top of the aft fuel pump}

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