Question about 1988 Buick Century
I was wondering how i would g about fixing the hole in my fuel line for cheap, i didn't know if an apoxy should be used or just a piece of hosing clamped around it, I don't plan on keepng the car for a whole lot longer so don't want to put alot of money into it, just need to stop losing all my gas.
If it is a pressure line it has to be replaced. if it isn't you can cut out the pin hole and take a piece of metal tubing and insert in both ends of hose and use small hose clamps. this is a quick fix for very lil money. hope this helps please rate this solution. thanks
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