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Old 09-21-2017, 12:07 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Does anyone know where to buy the fuel filter disconnect? I tried to take it off but ended up cutting the line. The filter was rusted and it would not come off. My other option is to get a fuel line adapter to run a rubber fuel line hose thats 3/8 in size but need the size and place to buy the adapter. I've searched all over the net and haven't found any info. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
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I forgot to add that it's a 2004.
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What engine, model and vehicle manufacturing location? You posted in an earlier Vitara / Tracker year group , so I moved you here.

I'm seeing an apparent standard barb / hose connection pictured on the North American sourced GV of that year, so I'm confused as to what you are needing. Diesel engine support maybe?

2004 SUZUKI GRAND VITARA 2.5L V6 Fuel Filter | RockAuto



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Are we talking about an '04 Grand Vitara here?

Looking at the parts manual the fuel filter should have rubber hoses at both inlet & outlet.
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I see in your other posts you mention XL7, can you identify it here.

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Something like this maybe.

Suzuki Fuel Pipe Line 15815-52D10 | eBay
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I see the XL7 just has regular hose on one side and this push/clip on type hose on the other.
https://a.d-cd.net/7108b66s-1920.jpg
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I see the XL7 just has regular hose on one side and this push/clip on type hose on the other.
https://a.d-cd.net/7108b66s-1920.jpg
Thats the correct fuel filter for my model. The push-clip was the one i had to cut off. I found an aftermarket style but i'm not sure if its the correct size.
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It says for 5/16" tubing, so I guess you need no measure yours.
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And if an '04 XL-7 as addressed here, then 5/16" tubing is the spec listed. (moving your thread again)

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