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Gas line broken

My daughters car( 95 sebring 2.5 v6) was worked on by her boyfriend/mechanic. now he's gone and the gas tank has been left unattached. He broke the main fuel line about 3 in from the tank. What is the best way to replace the line?

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Get a 3/8/or 5/16" pressure collor slide it togather tighen it down it will be as good as new you can get one at any auto parts store hope this is helpful lol and as always thanks for using FixYa

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