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My 2000 had the replacement pump in the tank, but only about 5psi at idle. Pulled the bed, with suggestions from forum help, and was faced with the QD fuel lines and the electrical connector. The fuel lines were explained in the manual with the two latches that just press in and pull the line off, no sweat with the help from the book. BUT, the push button on the electrical connector broke when I pressed it in, and it left me with a problem in pulling the connector. I discovered that I needed my knife to pull up the two small flat skis that go into the connector and when lifted, it un-latched. I have never seen a connector like this one....the latch was inside and had to be lifted upward to loose it. Now I need to figure out how to plumb in new supply line from the module for the new pump. Could not find anything on this nasty connector in the book, on the pump manual sites, nor in the forum, so added this note.
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Are you talking about the fuel connectors on top? If so AirDog and FASS have them, its just a quick fuel disconnect, heck might even find it at autozone in the help section.
 

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Thanks....did not have much trouble pulling the QD fuel line connections....the electrical connector gave me a fit, since I did not figure out how to pull up the two small ski-like levers that go up into the connector....just slow minded. But wanted to post something since I could not find anything on that. In the new kit for the AirDog, they include 1/2 in hose with QD's from pump to filter. Also, to modify the tank module, they use a new 1/2 QD elbow on the module (drill, add new draw straw, and remove in-tank pump). But, when I pull the module and remove the pump, I will decide whether I can use the stock 3/8 suction QD, or have to buy new 1/2 line, and connectors (module and pump) to go on the new elbow. NAPA has not made it easy to find the larger QD connectors....small stock ones, yes.
 
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