Question about 1998 Kia Sephia
If it's just a hole on steel line get a piece of rubber fuel line and 2 gas line clamps. Cut the line at the hole and clean it off with a piece of emery cloth or sandpaper. Slide the rubber hose and clamps onto one side and then over the other.Place the clamps on either side of the cut and tighten.
If it's plastic line then there is a brass compression fitting you can use. Measure the size of the line and get the fitting to match. Cut the line and clean it off. Slide one nut and the ferrule onto the line and thread it onto the union. Do the other side and tighten but not too tight or you will compress the line. Start the car and check for leaks. Tighten only until the leaking, if any, stops and quit.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Apr 25, 2010
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