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Break line I have a leak in the break line of a 97 plymouth voyager. How can I replace the line.

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Measure from fitting to fitting on broken line, and buy pre-assembled line same length or longer at local autoparts store.
I use a piece of string or similar if too many bends, to follow line as close as I can, then i cut line at both fittings, remove the 2 fittings & take with you to match up on new line. Remember, better to have longer, than be too short. Route it as close as you can to old one, as long as it isn't hanging down, or near heat or something that will rub on it. Zip tie to old one works too.

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Read more: How to Replace a Fuel Filter in a Plymouth Voyager ' eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/how_4519932_replace-fuel-filter-plymouth-voyager.html#ixzz1WBXAZ7d3

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