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How much for a new fuel line including labour?????

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Are you handy with a few tools?

If so, remove the fuel pump fuse, with the engine running, this will stop the pressure when you remove the fuel line. LET THE CAR COOL RIGHT DOWN - sorry for shouting but this is very important.

Get a container, find the section of fuel line that needs to be replaced, remove the clamps, and slide the pipe off the metal T-piece (care : fuel will spill out so catch it in the container).

Slide on the new fuel line, tighten up the clamps or jubilee clips. Refit fuse and start the car.

If the fuel line is in an easy to reach place, say away from the exhaust then it should only be an hour or two. If you have to remove other parts, for exmaple, the exhaust center section, use penetrating fluid on the clamps to help get them off. Again, it won't add too much to the overall time. Good luck and only perform this with a cold engine/exhaust.

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