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Rusted fuel line need alternative way to patch due to not worth

Heard it was not worth replacing due to complicated job.

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    my brake lights for my 2000 crown vic will not come on at one point and time the brake lights had to be hard wire to the fuse box how can I fix this??

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Run new line next to old and leave original alone..can use soft fuel line where it is not near heat and scrub/rubbing areas...good luck

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