Q: Fuel Line Routing for 1967
Can any one tell me how fuel gets from the right side of the eng compartment where me fuel line stops to the left side where the fuel pump is..thanks it’s a 67
A: The fuel lines on a 1967 run along the inside of the right sub frames from the rear of the car and cross over to the left side of the car along the crossmember of the front subframe. Unfortunately, the Firebird service manual does not have a fuel line routing diagram in it which shows the exact placement.
A: There is another fuel line that follows the crossmember under the engine. It joins the “camaro” fuel line with a short rubber hose, and there is the usual hose to the fuel pump. This fuel line is held by the same clips as the brake line for the right front wheel. Mine’s a 1968, but they’re probably the same.
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