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I attempted to install the DSX aux pump today.
I had an issue with the factory jumper line kinking when I was trying to reinstall it.
I believe it is due to my car being a coupe rather than a sedan.
The picture in the printed instructions shows what appears to be 5+" between the end of the DSX T fitting and the rear factory fuel line. Mine are only about 2" apart which is causing the kink.
I tried to talk to the folks at DSX via FM messenger and they just kept saying "read the instructions".
Anyone have any suggestions or installed this one coupe?
 

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No difference in coupe , sedan or wagon. I would be willing to bet your missing something small that is defiantly in the instructions.

I believe I know what your talking about , flip the factory line that the t goes into and it should allow it to go on without a kink.


Pictures are beneficial here.

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No difference in coupe , sedan or wagon. I would be willing to bet your missing something small that is defiantly in the instructions.

I believe I know what your talking about , flip the factory line that the t goes into and it should allow it to go on without a kink.


Pictures are beneficial here.

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Flipped the line as instructed . Still way closer than the pictures in the instructions.
 

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So if you want to do this install the way it should be done in a perfect world this is what you need.

2 of these


2 of these


and about 10" of 6 AN hose

Zero kink, zero stupid GM clips.
 

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he's sold a lot of these kits, I dont recall kinking lines being an issue

is it a genuine DSX kit, new or used?
 
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