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no method that will be cheaper than new windows
remember that any fix that could cause harm to the tenant will cost more in court than new windows
the replacement cost is tax deductible as well and happy tenants generally pay on time
I don't see one for the rail. Recommend you relieve the pressure, mix up some JB Weld epoxy, and put a big glob on there. Make sure it is set enough not to slide off, then let it set overnight. It might take a few overnight applications to seal it. This is ugly but a lot easier than replacing the rail. It might at least get you by until it's convenient to take the rail off.
Open your hood and look for the fuse and relay center just above the
battery . open the cover and look for a fuse called IOD usually towards
the top of the block , they are labeled . Remove the IOD fuse for 20
seconds and then reinsert . The BCM becomes hung and this will reset it
in a lot of cases . Let us know how it works out Tim
1995 Auroras have a potential, under the hood, fire problem. the fuel rail (transfers fuel to the injectors) can split and spray gas on your hot engine. There is a recall to correct this problem at no cost to you. Follow-up on this recall, even if you do not have a gas smell problem. IT IS VERY DANGEROUS and the fix is no cost to you. The dealership even towed my car. It was too dangerous to drive.