[200q20v] fuel link leak under pass front door
knotnook at traverse.com
Sun Dec 9 16:19:25 EST 2001
Look for the mounting fixtures that hold the fuel line to the
body. Otherwise uncorroded steel lines develop pinhole leaks where the
mountings grab them.
At 12:56 PM 12/09/2001 -0800, Fundsalo Racing wrote:
>Well... so much for my leaky gas cap theory! (WRONG!)
>I parked on a concrete slab last night and when I
>returned there was a little puddle (~4-5" diam) under
>the gas filler location (Avant). As I always park the
>Avant and Sedan in my dirt driveway (the ur and '73
>455HO Firebird live in the garage) it is very hard to
>detect leaks, as Thompspon pointed out. So I guess
>I'll be climbing under there real soon to try to
>figger out where the leak might be originating, ahh yup.....
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