Anyone Know Where This Hose, Part Number 87245-60340 Goes?

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Hi fellas, cannot seem to find where this wonderfully twisty hose goes? Any thoughts? Thanks!
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To the heater pipe back at the firewall, on the RH side of the engine.
 
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Hey Dan
I got the fuel sending unit thank you very much.
Would you be able to tell me what wires are what?
Yellow Red
White Black
Yellow Green

Thanks Chris
 
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cruiserdan said:
To the heater pipe back at the firewall, on the RH side of the engine.


Hmm, thanks Dan, I thought that this one went to the heater pipe?

Part 87245-60480
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cpg said:
Rear Heater from the long metal pipe along the exhaust side of motor near fire wall.


That hose must be removed with the turbo kit, I dont seem to have that anywhere?

Someone have a pic in place?
 

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cpg said:
Hey Dan
I got the fuel sending unit thank you very much.
Would you be able to tell me what wires are what?
Yellow Red
White Black
Yellow Green

Thanks Chris


Y/R, fuel pump shut off

Y/G, sender

W/B, ground
 

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Yes.
 

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I'm going from memory and I can't find my folder that has my notes in it. I have some information at work.
 
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I just checked with the ohm meter Y/R is the sender.
How does the empty signal work? moving that float i cant see any different reading. The float for the empty signal that is the lever float works with the yellow red wire.

Thanks for the link Boston. I have the 13.2 gallon tank.
 

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OK, I was backwards. No notes, no brain........;)

The shutoff is not fed by the float arm, it's in the plastic "can" at the bottom. Turn the sender upside down and it should be open between ground and Y/G (or blue,depending on what it looks like to your eyes). When you flip the sender upright it should close.
 
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cruiserdan said:
Turn the sender upside down and it should be open between ground and Y/G (or blue,depending on what it looks like to your eyes). When you flip the sender upright it should close.

Yup, thats how i checked mine as well, that method works like a charm!

cpg said:
Thanks for the link Boston. I have the 13.2 gallon tank.

No sweat, hit me with a PM if you need anymore! I found a bunch!
 
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