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I do not go back to 86 but the newer manuals I have say no.
Relieve fuel pressure,remove the vacuum line, the return line and the attaching nuts and off it comes.Lubricate the O'ring and reverse the procedure to install.
 

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Actually if I recall correctly a TI is even easier, I think it is just connected by barbs, so you loosen the clamps and just pull the hoses off. I had to ghetto rig an FPR on for the time and the only was I had was a TII so I just clamped the hoses on to it as best I could:D Worked pretty good except for one time the hose came off while I was in a turn lane on a busy street. I had to get out and reconnect the hose which took all of 30 seconds.
 

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pretty sure you do not ever have to remove the rail except on a TII 2 piece intake car possibly
 

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This is one of the biggest problem's with our cars, they are actually easy to work on for the most part but getting the right parts seems to be a hassle.
 
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