Question about 2002 Chrysler Town & Country
I ran over some tire rubber (not a hugh piece) on the hi-way. I could not steer clear of it so i tried to have it go under me. It got pick up under town and country van. I made it hime ok only to find out that fuel was pouring out of my van. It is leaking from about where the front seats are in a nice steady stream. I am guessing I broke my fuel line at that spot. I have not been able to take a good look underneath yet, but does that sound like what probably happened? If so how bad is that to fix? Would this be something that could be submitted to my insurance as well? It is kind of an accident.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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