Question about 1992 Buick Park Avenue
Posted by Anonymous on
You can order one one from the dealership (comes pre-bent), or go to the auto parts store and buy the line unbent, and do it yourself. Remove the bad line, and bring it with you(just to make sure you get the right size and length. When removing it, you will find it connects by the tank, removed with an open end wrench and will run under the car up to the engine. Some fuel lines are made in sections. Its the same as connecting a water line to a sink. If you do your own bending you will need a flaring tool, for the ends. I have found ordering one from the dealership already bent and to size is easier. I spent a little more, but its the right one every time.
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