pjrose at frontiernet.net
Wed Sep 7 09:15:02 EDT 2005
The complete replacement of that high-pressure fuel line needn't be
done with an "Audi replacement" part-- nor does it need to to be
"splice repair". A proper steel line with the required compression
fittings can be easily fabricated by a competent shop or even DIY.
So, I'm not sure what you consider "good" about the temporary
repair--other than being able to save a very small amount of
$$$--but with the risk of further leaks from an old, corroded line.
At 7:21 AM -0500 9/7/05, michael wrote:
>Good that you fixed instead of replace. The Audi replacement for the
>three lines only matches two and you have to do a splice repair anyway.
>On Sep 4, 2005, at 3:21 PM, 200q20v-request at audifans.com wrote:
>> Rather than replace the whole line, I opted to try a cheaper,
> > easier fix first.
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