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Join Date: Feb 2002
Location: The land that Time forgot
Do you mean the plastic fuel lines that attach to the top of the fuel pump?
There's an "inny" and an "outy"... they each have a 90-degree plastic elbow joint (red or white) with a flared end and o-ring, pressed into a round hole and held in place by a metal collar screwed to the fuel pump (M6 nut).
They're no longer available new... so you need to find a good one in a bone-yard. They're aboot 18" long and run to the fuel filter (attached by hose clips) which is under the car, where the o/side rear passnger sits (you may have to remove a triangularish plastic cover to see the "cannister" stylee fuel filter).
If you can't find a '55 it's worth having a look for a Fiat Tipo or Tempra (also Marea or Bravo/a if you get desperate) since the pipes and the end fittings to the fuel pump are likely to be the same... )
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