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 Posted: Feb 11, 2024 08:41AM
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There's a little yellow line in the air filter, and and black one from the injector to the fuel trap IIRC.

I changed mine about a year go, in the dark...

 Posted: Feb 10, 2024 06:21PM
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That is a good idea but I'm still wondering about the two short lines.

 Posted: Feb 10, 2024 06:07PM
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It's better to buy American made elbows and poly lines than the Rover crap. All from your local parts store. 

You might ordered the fuel trap lines.

 Posted: Feb 10, 2024 05:04PM
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I can't help thinking that I'm missing something here.  I recently imported two JDM 96 Coopers.   I ordered two sets of the four vacuum lines for each Cooper   I received for each Cooper two different black lines, a red and a yellow line.  I also ordered several feet of the correct size silicone tube.   The red line and one of the black sets were a perfect replacement.  The other black lines and the yellow lines were considerably shorter than the original lines and weren't even coming close to fitting.  Fortunately, I could use the ends and my silicone hose to get everything to work correctly.   But why were the lines so short, not even close to the correct length?

Thanks