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Hello everyone, I have ran into a problem while trying to change my fuel return lines for the injectors and pump. I got the kit that has the washers, hose, hose clamps and the fitting that go around the injectors well I noticed that some of the fittings make a "T" on my truck (in the kit there are 8 fittings for all the injectors) but turns out none of the new ones I bought made a "T" shape. they are all 2 ways and elbow shaped fittings I tried looking online but wasn't able to find and kits that had the 3 way "T" shape fitting so is there a different way Im supposed to route all the hose or do I need to go through a ford dealer to get what I need???
 

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I already have that I'm talking about the black fitting that have 2 holes 4 make a 90 degree and 4 make a straight line the problem is I need 2 "T" shaped fittings with 3 holes instead of 2 holes for it to work on mine because mine currently has T shaped fittings from the factory
 

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My factory turbo IDI had the following routing:


Try Midwest Fuel injection.
 

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Right, Midwest has the highest quality kits like most all other injection shops carry for a little over $30. Looks like the exact same kit shown on Ebay above for $61, brand name Dipaco. And any time you can't find a correct cap just reuse the old one. Due to an ATS turbo installation and drainback line change I reused a right rear cap for over 12 years. If you live near a half way large town a local injection shop should have the Dipaco kits.
 

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That's kind of odd, it is there for me without clicking on it.
 

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That's kind of odd, it is there for me without clicking on it.
It's just a small white square maybe it's because I'm using my ipad
 

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Shows on my iPhone. Click on any of my picture links in my signature, all my albums are public. That pic is in the '94 truck album.
 

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Okay I got it to load on my Iphone the problem I ran into is on number 5 and 6 there is a "T" shape to it and the kit I bought to redo my lines but there's no "T" fittings and I still can't find a kit with the fittings I need so would it be safe to reuse them if they aren't cracked?
 

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If you can squeeze the caps and they don't crumble, just reuse what you don't have.

When changing the O'rings, grease them up good, install the 1st one in the top groove and roll the 2nd one over it.
 

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Right, Midwest has the highest quality kits like most all other injection shops carry for a little over $30. Looks like the exact same kit shown on Ebay above for $61, brand name Dipaco. And any time you can't find a correct cap just reuse the old one. Due to an ATS turbo installation and drainback line change I reused a right rear cap for over 12 years. If you live near a half way large town a local injection shop should have the Dipaco kits.
From above, evidently you missed it.
 
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