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Hi,

I am in the process of replacing my fuel pump. I have gotten the bottom back seat out and removed the rubber circle. I am having a problem disconnecting the fuel line connected to the top of the tank. I had no problem removing the wiring harness. It has a black plastic sheath with light blue plastic underneath it. I can rotate it and move it back and forth slightly on the metal outlet. It appears from the research that I need to take the whole black/blue piece off and not the hose off of the black/blue piece. I have read that I am supposed to squeeze the sides and pull. My question is squeeze the sides of which part? The hose where it is connected to the black piece or the top of the black piece which has a sheath which can slide up? I am concerned with damaging this piece.

Thanks for the clarification
 

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you need a tool that cost 2 bucks at autozone. it's just a fuel hose disconnector. easy to use.
 
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