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Fuel lines ok so im trying to work on my 68 volkswagen myself. i replaced the fuel filter, and now the fuel lines are leaking. Is this something i might attempt by myself? or should i leave this one to the experts?

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Sorry I'm not a car expert, but I imagine its a pretty simple task, my father has worked in cars all hes life - but I don't want to bother hes vacation with car problems for a while.

well read here
http://autorepair.about.com/od/regularmaintenance/ss/fuel_filter.htm

You can ask another expert make sure one has cars labeled in the expertise field or contact a local tech if you can't get it fixed yourself.

again, I imagine its a simple process but I've never yet done one.

Thanks,
Ekse

Posted on Jul 07, 2008

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