Question about 1991 Oldsmobile Cutlass Ciera
I have an occassional leak from underneath the driver's side door where the fuel line runs. It's only a few drops a day for the last year. What do I do?
Body leaks are very, very hard to pin point, mechanics usually want to go home when they ge one, but here is the way we track them down, if you feel the leak is from under the put a sprinkler hear under the car and turn it all full blast get inside and try to see where the leak is coming from, if the leak is from up top area then do the same thing, let the sprinkler rain on the car, as much water as possible, once you do find the leak get some body caulking or a can of spray under-seal and spray the leaking area, it is most likely a welded seem that is leaking. GOOD LUCK.
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