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Old 10-02-2006, 09:03 AM   #1
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Just found out I have a gas leak. YEAH!! Leaky fuel lines. Gonna see about getting those fixed, wondering if anyone knows about how much those should cost to buy and how hard would it be to do myself; anything special I should know? Or how much should I expect a garage to charge if it is too much of a PITA to do myself.
Oh yeah, I guess it is both the supply and return lines.
That wit the the other issues going on, gotta love it.
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All depends where they are, it the plastic lines are bad, if it'* the sender going into the tank.

The metal line isn't expensive.. bending, forming and connecting can be a pain though.
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Yeah, that'* what I am hearing. I called my father-in-law and asked him about doing it and he laughed. I guess I am going to have to bite the bullet and pay a garage. Lucky for me I have two garages that I trust and will give a good price.
I need to replace both metal lines.
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