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92 Fuel Rail and Injector Removal

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I have a 92 f150 4.9 l6 super cab. Does anyone know how to get the fuel rail off, or how to disconnect it from the injectors? Any tipsnormadvixe is also welcome. Thank you

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There are bolts connecting the fuel rail to the manifold, you need to unscrew those and the fuel rail can be wiggled to pop off the injectors. You will need a tool to remove the fuel lines from the rails if you wanted to go that far as well.
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Originally Posted by Purplehazeir View Post
There are bolts connecting the fuel rail to the manifold, you need to unscrew those and the fuel rail can be wiggled to pop off the injectors. You will need a tool to remove the fuel lines from the rails if you wanted to go that far as well.
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