Frak giving instructions on a tool we have developed to get quick connects apart. the video last 5 minutes to order a set of tools go to www.simple-auto-solutions.com

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DIY: Removing a Push Lock Fuel Line Fitting
Video tutorial on how to remove the push lock style fuel line fittings on a vehicle. This is a very common style found on most vehicles today that are used on a variety of applications on the fuel system, but can also be found on other components such as transmission lines. This style fitting does not incorporate a clip that needs to be remove or a tab that has to be depressed. A speciality tool is required which is very inexpensive. You can make your won removal tool as well, but with that comes the risk of damaging the lock on the fitting or having the homemade tool break during the removal process. This particular tutorial was done on a 1997 BMW 540i. Website: http://4diyers.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/4diyers Google Plus: https://plus.google.com/+4DIYers Twitter: https://twitter.com/4DIYers Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/4diyers/ Tumblr: http://4diyers.tumblr.com Pintrest: https://www.pinterest.com/4diyers/ Tools/Supplies Needed: -fuel line removal tool -o-ring dressing -rag -cup or container -safety glasses Procedure: -when working on a pressurized system containing a fluid, it is important to wear safety glasses to risk having any fluid spraying in your eyes -if you are working with the fuel system, make sure the system is bleed from any fuel which can spray in your face -this can be done by removing the fuel pump relay or fuse, then turn the engine over as if you were going to start it -there will be a certain amount of fuel which still comes out of the line, so keep a cup or rags handy -using the fitting removal tools, pick the correct size and clip it onto the fuel line -push the tool into the fitting, then pull back on the fitting -the line will come off with little effort -to reinstall the firing, ensure the line is clean and free of any dirt or debris which can cause sealing issues -sometimes o-ring dressing can be applies to help with seal seating -push the fitting back on the line until you hear a clip -then pull back to make sure it's on properly -bleed the system from any air -then pressurize the system and inspect for any leaks Thank you to all those who watch my videos and support my content. Don't forget to subscribe to my channel for future tutorial videos and like my video if you found it helpful. New videos are always being uploaded every week! © 4DIYers 2013 All Rights Reserved No part of this video or any of its contents may be reproduced, copied, modified or adapted, without the prior written consent of the author.

How to change your fuel filter in a Ford
Quick video how to simply change a fuel filter in a Ford F150. Step 1. Take the pressure out of the fuel system. See my video. http://youtu.be/WP7WA16CKMA After the pressure is removed continue with the instructions in this video. Good Luck.

How To Remove Ford Fuel Line Fittings Without Fancy Tools! Quick Disconnect DIY
This is a video of me replacing the fuel filter on my 1999 Ford Ranger. I was able to make a tool to overcome the quick disconnect fitting couplers out of an old felt pen. This method should work on many Ford vehicles from 1995 - 2012

How to use a quick release disconnect tool for fuel and oil line fittings.
The first time I came across this type of fitting I did not know what it was and ended up breaking it. This time I did some research first and found a special tool was needed. I guess looking at the tool in a emergency you could do it with a bit of flexible tube that you split and pushed into the fitting. It would do the job but for $20 I decided to buy a set. Apparently you need it for the fuel filter as well. This is real back yard mechanics. All the mechanical repairs and services I do are done in our back yard. So join me on my mechanical adventures so you have the confidence to have your own. I am always ready to help and will answer any questions as soon as possible. Or you can e-mail me about any problems at rikbor68@gmail.com . Regards Rik