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Old 03-25-2020, 03:47 AM   #1
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Does anyone know which is the supply and return lines for fuel lines on the z24i? Bought some hoses to replace them. Took pictures with my phone but it took a dump. Can't access the pictures anymore. Also the flow arrow points to the engine right? Just want to make sure I don't put it backwards.
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Also the flow arrow points to the engine right? Just want to make sure I don't put it backwards.

Yes, arrow points in direction of the fuel flow.
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I bought some 3/8" fuel injection hose to replace the old crusty one. Do the clamps matter? What size should I get??
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You might need 5/16 hose instead. The clamps don't really matter that much as long as you can get them nice and tight. Re use the stock ones if you can. Yep, flow arrow points for towards the engine.
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