Fuel Line Connectors - 3/8" Steel to 3/8" Nylon Tubing
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Needa Parts Fuel Line Connectors - 3/8" Steel to 3/8" Nylon Tubing

Part No. 800-082 Warranty Details  

Fit of this part varies by vehicle & equipment specs Type of Fit

All Needa Parts Fuel Line Repair Kits Are Made With Original Equipment Quality Fittings And Hose.

Product Features:
  • Universal.
  • Qty: 1
  • All Parts Are Warrantied For 2 Full Years
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Connector Type:Quick Disconnect


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Needa PartsFuel Line Connectors - 3/8" Steel to 3/8" Nylon Tubing

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PErfect fit for my Chrysler Sebring 2000


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    Comments about Needa Parts Fuel Line Connectors - 3/8" Steel to 3/8" Nylon Tubing:

    The product is great I just hope the website had better descriptions of the products. I had to buy three different ones to see wich one fit.

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    • Q:

      Is a hose clamp needed to secure the fuel line to the connector?
      This would be for an EFI application approaching 50 PSI.
      Asked on 4/28/2016 by Rangerang from Space Coast, Florida

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        Hi Rangerang, glad to assist you! This Needa Parts Fuel Line Connectors - 3/8" Steel to 3/8" Nylon Tubing (Part No. 800-082) fittings are meant to install onto nylon line. They need to be pressed on with a tool and do not require a clamp.

        Answered on 5/2/2016 by Steve from AAP
    • Q:

      I have removed old quick connect that attaches to line from tank that goes to fuel filter and reinstalled new one,but now when I went to test for leaks fuel just gushes out of the quick connect.I even switched the line around from the filter end quick connect and still gushes out.I know the clear clip is seated up to where the ears dig in to the top of the lip on the metal line and the quick connect "clicks" in and I double check that the clips are in correctly and that line wont pull off.So I guess my question is what could be going on?It just boggles my brain, why is it doing this? I have been at this for a couple of days researching on the Internet and can't figure out whats going on so any help would be greatly appreciated!!!Thank you.oh fyi the car is a 1997 buick lesabre custom .
      Asked on 12/24/2014 by scotty from erie pa

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        I'm happy to help, Scotty! It's possible that this Needa Parts Fuel Line Connector - 3/8" Steel to 3/8" Nylon Tubing (Part No. 800-082) is not providing a proper seal with your current quick connect on your 1997 Buick LeSabre Custom 3.8L V6. I have found that Needa Parts Fuel Line Repair Kit - 3/8" Connector, Straight with 3/8"x6" Nylon Tubing and Union (Part No. 800-058) may be a better fit for your vehicle. Needa Parts Steel Fuel Line Repair Kit - 3/8" x 18" with 16mm Clip (Part No. 800-153) and Needa Parts Fuel Line Repair Kit - 3/8" Connector, 90 Degree Bend with 3/8"x6" Nylon Tubing and Union (Part No. 800-059) may also be helpful for your repair.

        Answered on 12/31/2014 by Heath, ASE Parts Specialist from AAP
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      How do I get the old part off the fule line?
      Asked on 10/4/2012 by G

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        For replacing this Dorman - OE Solutions Fuel Line Quick Connector Adapts 3/8 Inch Steel to 3/8 Inch Nylon Tubing - part# 800-082, you would need to push it in with a small screw driver. Remember there is 2 lock tabs. The pump side of the fuel line should be the same, you may need to lower the tank to get to it. If you look there are 2 shoulders on the quick connector that has to be pushed in to clear the fuel line. When the lines are installed/pushed on they will snap/lock into place. Remove the old quick connector(clear piece)cut it, pull it out, then put a new one in and push the line on. However, if you are a novice I would suggest you to get assistance from a mechanic in order to avoid damage to the fuel lines. For any further assistance, you may also visit your nearest Advance Auto store or call us directly at 1-877-ADVANCE (238-2623) and one of our representatives there would be more than happy to assist you.

        Answered on 10/4/2012 by Vincent from AAP
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