Question about Ford Taurus
Well, there are a couple of ways to fix this. Try a Mercury dealer and see if they have the part for the Sable which is a sister car.
Try and splice a patch into the line and then clamp it.
Autozone and Oreillys have brake lines and metal fuel lines which may hold up until the correct part is available.
The Salvage yards may have a car with a good part on it.
Unless the part is really out of stock, Ford has the best parts system in the industry and exceeding Toyota. Ask if they can put a request in on the "Watts line" which is an insider term in the Parts and Service Division. There are about 18 depots in the USA and they can fly one part out.
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