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Fuel rail leak 92 Voyager 3.3 V6


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#1 ka9yhd

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Posted October 21, 2013 at 04:29 pm

I have a fuel leak on the fuel rail where the cross over tube connects to the end of the front fuel rail.

 

According to Chrysler this fuel rail was only used in 1991 and 1992 and is no longer available.  Part # 4554108AB

 

This vehicle is not covered under that fuel rail leak recall which started with 1996 and newer.

 

Am I stuck with replacing the fuel rail or is there a repair for this?

 

Sorry about the picture being on its side, I guess I need to hold the phone sideways instead of vertical :o

 

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#2 valiant67

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Posted October 21, 2013 at 05:30 pm

Good luck.  I fought with this on my 1990 Imperial 3.3.  Someone else took the rail off their Imperial and soldered hose barbs onto the individual rails and used fuel injection rated hose to connect the two sides rather than the factory set up.  But that was years ago and they haven't been around much after the repairs to say how that held up.



#3 ka9yhd

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Posted October 22, 2013 at 01:03 am

The question is, how think is the tubing to solder or braze on some fittings to use EFI hose between the rail halves?  And I have looked into the size of hose needed to just clamp it on to the rails but they do not make EFI hose that big, only low pressure fuel hose.




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