Question about 1997 Chrysler Concorde
Usually its a faulty o-ring/seal.
The fuel system needs to be de-pressurized in order to make this repair.
The part will be a dealer part i suspect and unless you are relatively mechanically inclined, the repair shoud be down by qualified personnel.
If you feel u can tackle the job yourself, obtain a Haynes manual for the vehicle in question and follow the detailed instructions.
Please be aware, you are dealing with a system that initially will have fuel pressure even once its deactivated and all the usual concerns of dealing with gas, so all precautions need to be taken accordingly.
Posted on Oct 05, 2009
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