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I was messing around back there and punctured the line. Its old and already leaky so I'm just going to replace rather than patch.

Problem is, I can't find that line anywhere. If anyone has a Ford part number, or the attachment sizes, that'd be great.

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It's different parts depending on what model year/fuel system you have. So watch out for that.
 

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Well I can't seem to find anything.

A Google search turned up nothing.
Oriellys, napa, autozone, advance and 2 local mechanics couldn't find a part.

This my last ditch attempt before I just decide to build my own line.

If it helps though, return less, stock zetec, 4 banger.

I pulled the original line and there's no writing on it so that wasn't useful.
 

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It would never even occur to me that I might find a factory line. I would go straight to fabrication.
I suppose you could try to find a junkyard line but these cars are hard to find in the yards too.
Maybe take a look at focus or even fusion lines to see if they are similar enough to use.
 
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The one on my V6 was a pretty outrageously formed piece of hose. But since it's just one connection on each end, it might be easier to fabricate than some of the other lines in there. Just want to be certain that there's no chance of rubbing/abrasion under there though - which is, I assume, why the original part was so outrageously shaped.
 
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