fuel pump, filter, and pressure regulator is working. but the hose between the pump and filter isn't working. help????

Asked by Aug 31, 2013 at 06:54 PM about the 1986 Ford Bronco II STD 4WD

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How is that possible? I don't understand. You say that the pump, filter and regulator are working and a hose failed? Change the hose. I have to ask though, what was the fuel pressure reading? A squirt out of the schrader valve means almost nothing. Electric, in-tank fuel pumps often fail and make noise - also, noise (other thn a soft hum) is an indicator of their pending failure. How did you determine that the regulator and filter are ok if there's no fuel delivery? There's a small black plastic canister that has a screw-off bottom that contains a cartridge fuel filter.

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