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Old 18 Jun 2020, 06:10 am
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Default fuel line disconnect

What is the appropriate tool to use to separate the plastic vent line coming off of the top of the tank from the steel line that then continues up to the filler neck. The plastic line terminates in a quick-connect coupling where it mates to the steel line but there appears to be no release tabs or such on the coupling. Have never seen such a coupling before. Any suggestions ? 08 PT.
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Old 29 Jun 2020, 07:26 am
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Default Re: fuel line disconnect

OK, answered my own question... after cleaning all the dirt off of the coupling which allowed for closer inspection... there is a single push-in type release on one side of the coupling. This was on my 08 PT, yours may be different.
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