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Fuel Master

Hi, I am a new Intrepid user.
I just bought a new 2001 Intrepid SE 2.7L.

I saw from the internet that if you want to increase fuel efficiency, you can use a device called Fuel Master.
Do any of you use or know that device? is that really make your fuel more efficient?
This magnetic device is put at the inbound fuel line, and located close to the fuel injector.

But I have problem when I tried to install it. I don't know where that fuel line is.

Can someone tell me where that fuel line is located?
I will be happier if you can tell me using a picture.

thank you.
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welcome to the boards...and i have no idea what your talkin about.
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welcome to the site, there are lots of things to help you with fuel mileage, but not many work..
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Welcome to the boad..
If you saw it on Ebay, it probabally in't true.
Take these for example:
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thank you for replying.
It may be isn't true.
But I will give it a try.
Can you tell me where is that fuel line located?
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what engine..
it should be at the back of the block, under/near the throttle body
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It is a 2.7L 6 cylinder engine.
How to recognize that fuel line?
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wait, i seen that tornado thing on television (like a 45 minute infomercial, lol), it looks like it MAY work... why doesnt it?
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I am not trying that tornado thing.
I just want to try the FuelMaster. Check it at www.fuelmaster.com
This is a simple magnetic device put on the Fuel Line located closest to the carburator.
But, I don't know how to locate that Fuel Line.
I am still confuse about that fuel line, because I am not familiar with car.
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Can you tell me where is that fuel line located?
There are fuel lines everywhere. They range going from the gas tank to the engine compartment. Just follow the lines, they are held in by clips.
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from the fuel master web site:
How does FuelMaster work?

There are many theories regarding this. Yes, there is a patent on FuelMaster but even still we continue to research this phenomenon, to get closer and closer to a more definitive answer. We can go into a long dissertation here but we have chosen not to.



The definitive answer:
There's a sucker born every minute.
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This is a simple magnetic device put on the Fuel Line located closest to the carburator.
These cars don't have a carburator.

Is this device for carbs only, or can you use it on modern fuel injection cars?

Just an observation.
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Hmmmmmm..........after some reading it looks like it can go on a FI car.

It sounds like all it does (or suppose to do) is remove carbon build up and stuff. You can get the same thing (and I would guess even better) buy going to an auto parts store and for a few dollars buy a fuel system cleaner that you pour into a full tank of gas.

Anyways.....I'm not sure where the fuel line is.
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Thank you, you guys are really helpfull, although I still can't find that fuel line.
May be I will ask a mechanic to find it for me.

I still have one question, how to go to the Chat room?
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