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1995 Volvo 960 fuel rail leaking at forward plug. Is the plug screwwd in or what ?

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Does it look like a screw or bolt?
Does it have a hex to fit a wrench or socket on? If it does, unscrew it and wrap Teflon tape (plumbers tape) around the threads, then put back in. If it's a plug, and it can't be unscrewed, the fuel rail likely needs replaced.

Posted on Dec 02, 2016

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