Question about 1991 Mazda 626
Did you check the fuel filter and make sure the hoses are on properly and the hoses aren't cracked? Check the ends of all fuel line hoses; they may be cracked at the ends. Make sure any clamps on the fuel lines haven't pinched the fuel hose; it may crack it and cause a leak and you won't see it because it may only leak when the engine is running. Check the fuel line after you have turned on the engine and make sure you have a fire extinguisher on hand and within arms reach.
Posted on Jun 29, 2008
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