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91 Chrysler New Yorker-Fuel Line leaking

I'm trying ti figure out why my fuel line is leaking. It's the line that connects to the motor. It's leaking where it connects to the motor. Is there like an "O"ring that is bad or something? I just had the transmission rebuilt and had to take it back like 3 times. It just kept messing up. I had it rebuilt twice. Could that have had something to do with causing the fuel lines to leak? Or, is my fuel pump going out? Someone please help me!

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It is conceivable that the line was damaged physically during the removal and reinstallation of the tranny.
I'd check with your local Better Business Bureau to find a repair shop with a good record before having it looked at. 

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