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Fuel line leak

The fuel line into my engine is leaking. I don't know if I need a whole new fuel line? It's the rubber hose. 1990 Plymouth Voyager

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  • jamiesdork Jun 02, 2009

    I can't get it off



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Best to replace the whole rubber hose.

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