i Had the same problem. I went to autozone/NAPA last week to ask them questions. My friend was a mechanic and I should have at least tried out his idea of cutting the lines and using fuel injector and just some ordinary clips with a ford filter. However, the autozone guy said it might not hold and the NAPA guy said the same, so I went with the NAPA guys idea and bought some fittings that go from steel to the plastic fuel line to the filter to more plastic fuel line to steel. I didnt expect it to be over $20, and it totaled $49. Still cheaper than replacing the whole steel line, and its held up, but i was like WTF!?!?!? 49 for a bunch of fittings. It's held up decently however.