Hi, I just got a 1998 P38 Rover 4.6L last December. Unfortunately it’s been nothing but trouble. After only 2 months and 1200 miles of running it blew its head gasket. I finally got it back on the road a week or two ago and after 3 days/ 65 miles of back and forth to work, it stops dead in the middle of the road. Do all electrical testing that points to a bad fuel pump. Drop the tank and get the pump housing out and find that the internal line that goes from the small pump to the top of the pump housing has come off. So I replace the pump (not the housing) that comes with a new white corrugated line as well and put it back together. Cranks up fine and off I go. Only make it to the gas station to fill up and the same thing happens. Have it towed back, drop the tank and find the white line has blown off again. This time down at the pump (last time it was the top connection at the housing). Put it back together, this time jamming the white line as far as I can onto both the pump and the pump housing. It happens again!! So I’m sick of dropping the tank by this time and go to cut the hole in my floor board and embarrassingly find out that it’s already been done!! Was this a known problem that a previous owner couldn’t overcome? As other points of interest, I happen to have the rare pump housing with the emissions equipment in it that was on late build 1998 trucks and the early 1999 GEMs units. I would try to clamp the lines somehow but this is a hard plastic line and both the pump and the housing top have nipples that don’t have flanges to catch a clamp. They are just straight so I don’t know how a clamp is going to stop it anyway. There must be a fix for this. Please help. Thanks!