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Engine Fuel Line Connector specs

Discussion in 'PT Cruiser' started by mr2tim, Jul 26, 2017.

  1. mr2tim

    mr2tim Member

    Dec 21, 2011
    Engine Fuel Line Connector

    I’m nearly finished with the Great Timing Belt Adventure and have to get my hands either the connector at the engine’s fuel rail or get a whole complete line from the firewall to the fuel rail?

    The connector that’s needed is 5/16”x ¼”x 1-3/16”. That translates to 5/16” being the plastic fuel line size. ¼” being the chromed steel fuel line diameter and 1 3/16” being the depth of the securing node on the chromed steel fuel rail.

    None of the 3 national auto shops nearby me have the above connector nor can I see them on their websites. And, I do not want to cut/mutilate the fuel rail to “make” something work (wife’s car).

    I just wanted to get this sizing information out to other owners who may be into DIY like me who are better website parts expeditors than myself.

    It's these little items that drives me nuts !

    Mr2 Tim
    (that's a mid-engine runabout w 2 seats)

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