Question about 1995 Buick Park Avenue
I had this exact problem. I had a leak where the fuel line connects to the engine. A plastic interface part was broken and not sealing. I replaced the fuel lines (from tank to engine). The assembly comes only with both send and return lines and connectors. Later, I found out that a kit to replace only the interface part exists. You cut the send line and slip the replacement part over the line and connect it up. My repair was over $450.00. The repair kit costs about $25.00. I've not seen one. Fix this at once. The car is dangerous to drive.
Posted on Apr 12, 2011
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