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Old 05-30-2015, 01:50 AM
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92 Wrangler Fuel Filter Disconnect

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Has anyone used a Lisle or OEM Fuel Line Disconnect Tool to disconnect the fuel line at the fuel filter from a 92 Wrangler? I'd like to know which one works best before I buy one. Thanks.

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Wrong forum. You are in the JK (2008-up) not the YJ (1986-1995) forum.

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I'm fairly sure you don't need a tool to do that, I just work the hoses off with my hands.. 15 min job.
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It may have a pinch style hose clamp. (I don't know the name) or a screw style hose clamp. But there is no need for special tools.
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It may have a pinch style hose clamp. (I don't know the name) or a screw style hose clamp. But there is no need for special tools.
Some vehicles do require special tools for fuel filter replacement. The YJ is not one of them. Tell your wife it's a one hour job. This gives you 45minutes to watch Youtube.

Do relieve fuel pressure at the schraeder valve on the fuel rail in the engine compartment. Use a rag to soak up the fuel as it leaves the rail. Remove clamp holding the fuel filter in place. Loosen clamps, replace filter with correct directional flow.

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