how to remove fuel line 96 buick Riviera with supercharger

Asked by Mar 19, 2014 at 11:19 AM about the Buick Riviera

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

pinhole leak in center fuel line under supercharger cover.

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Start by removing cover over fuel lines/supercharger. Remove 4-5 10mm bolts holding the fuel line in place and all attached lines leading to rack. Then ID each injector line/port so you are able to reassembly correctly. To remove injectors carefully remove the clips holding the injectors in place. I use needle nose pliers . I suggest spraying a light lubricant around each fuel injector's port and gently lift the fuel line rack form the intake manifold. Good Luck SEMPER FI

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