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Hi guys, I'm back with a question. The fuel line termination inside the engine bay started to leak, rubber is falling apart. How hard is to replace it, how long is that segment - looks like it goes into the firewall?
 

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Looks like is the 31320 part. Is that easy to separate from the next line (31310)?

 

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That piece of line is a service part. Replaced 1 earlier this year.. we have done a few in the past

Be aware that the part is kinda $$... worst part of job is trying to support the tube off bulkhead with wrench and getting other side of joint loose to undo the connection..
 

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Thanks. If that connection is as 'stuck' as my fuel filter was, I can see being complicated.
I need to see how expensive it is at the local dealer, I don't think a junk yard part would be aged better. Unless... newer models/years are identical?
Do you know what is the last year that used the same part like my 2000 V6?
 

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That piece of line is a service part.
Would you look in the system what exact number I need (2000 model - mfg date says 1999, V6, 2.5L)? Seems like V6 2.5L is 31321F, not the 31320?

I did found several variations:
31321-38100
31321-39160
31321-38150

 

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Would you look in the system what exact number I need (2000 model - mfg date says 1999, V6, 2.5L)? Seems like V6 2.5L is 31321F, not the 31320?

I did found several variations:
31321-38100
31321-39160
31321-38150

Need VIN.. easiest to visit local dealer and let fella load VIN, then pick the hose as called out by HYundai.
 

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Thank you.
If somebody looks for the same thing, for 2.5L V6, it was hose #31321-38150, it costs around $100, and can be found also at Kia (same part number, $85).
 

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Discussion Starter · #9 · (Edited)
Heeelp again...
How is the tread on the fuel line connection? 'Normal' direction? It won't budge. I have two wrenches (17 and 14mm) pushing, pulling one against each other... nothing. Used PB Blaster... Are those NPTF Dryseal type?
 

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HEHEHEE... normal oversize brake line setup.. They is STUPID TIGHT !!

Best to use wrench on the larger hose end, and a 14mm crowfoot line socket of 14mm.. have 2 people to do this, PIA to do alone.. 1 person hold large wrench, other person turn the line nut while supporting the line so it dont twist away from you and kink/buckle the steel line.. BE CAREFULL..

When you put it back together,, snug it up moderately,, not Superman super torque.
 

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They didn't hear of quick disconnects? Gosh...
 
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