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2002 3.6 fuel line quick disconnect repair

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I have a 2002 3.6l.  The fuel line quick disconnect that comes from the splitter on the back of the engine to bank 1 (Between coolant reservoir and engine) side fuel rail started to crack.  I am looking for help with either the part number for the male and female fuel quick disconnect or a source where I can buy the set that will fit the 996.  Ideally the part number(s) for the entire fuel line from the fuel filter to the engine and the fuel line from the splitter to connect to the fuel line from the filter.  I found a source on ebay from China for just the male and female quick disconnect, but I'm weary to make that purchase.  Can someone help me out here?



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You need to be careful here.  Porsche like to use "single use" barbed connections on the fuel lines, which require cutting the flexible hose off to remove.  Once you have done that, the hose section will be shorter, and may no longer reach where the fitting needs to be, or keeps too much tension on the connector, leading to its failure and a sudden large fuel leak in a hot engine bay.  You would be better off replacing the entire flex line section with a new one.

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Thanks.  I prefer to replace the two lines to fix the problem.  I was looking at the Katalog, but I couldn't figure out the exact part numbers they are.  The graphic shows the engine side line that needs replacing; also I need the part number this line connects to on the body side.

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The red line is not available individually so you need the whole system with rails 99611003655



The hard line that the red line is connected to could be this one but not sure at all 99620126505




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