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1993 Dodge Caravan

Leaking fuel from fuel line in rear by axle,brake line and tank. Leaks right where the fuel line hooks up to metal fuel line. What is the name of fitting and can I tighten it up or do I need to buy a new fitting?

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  • shade tree34 Jan 25, 2009




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I had exactly the same problem after I changed the fuel filter. Tried new clamps and tightening them etc. Nothing worked until I purchased a foot long hose from a auto store for couple bucks and replaced the both ends with the new hoses. Old hose hardens over time and it doesn't seal well after it has been reused.

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