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[Engine] Fuel Line layout information
I need a little bit of help with a 2000 1.4l petrol Berlingo.

The berlingo was stripped and engine removed and I picked it up for $200 and I am puting it back together for a second car for work etc.

The fuel lines where cut and pulled out back to the tank. I have some of the lines and I have parts from my own berlingo project but I am a little confused as the fuel rail only has 1 inlet and no return but obviously there is a return line at the fuel tank.

Does someone have drawings of what and where the pipes are going? Is the black plastic tank under the driver side front guard a clue?

Also is there meant to be a 3rd black line running from the tank to the engine like a breather/pollution control other cars have?

There is a second part I am unsure of... it's a brown round cylinder the has  wires connected and one end connects to the Air Box, Tapped cover and inlet manifold. it looks like just a push on vacuum hose connects from this to something?

If you need pics or more precise info I can do that.


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