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Leak in gasline...patch Teflon with Epoxy or replace?

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When it come to fuel I would always replace

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I have an oil leak coming from some where in my engine looks like its from the rear of the oil pan

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Slow water leak from the radiator overflow tank on my 2006 Chevy Aveo. Also check engine light comes on and off at will. It can be on for several days in a row and then off for the same.

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