Question about 1991 Buick LeSabre
My lines are cracked. the one is at the 90degree bend before the fuel filter and it is also cracked somewhere after the fuel filter. What is the best way to go about fixing this?
Changing them, also change the fuel filter if you havent done it in a while, better gas mileage, id just go to your local auto parts dealer and tell them you want a new fuel line linkage from the tank to the front connection, if there is one. not really sure if it goes all the way to the fuel rail or not, but if it does then have fun, drop the tank, remove hose, replace hose, replace fuel filter, replace other cracked hose, making the replacement hose as short as possible, dont cut it though, just a waste cuz your going to have to replace the rest of it anyways
Posted on Mar 18, 2009
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