dbpulvino at hotmail.com
Sun Nov 12 18:15:30 EST 2006
How much did you pay for the line? I think I saw prices come in around $100
for oem, and been putting more and more parts in that are "only $100."
My other difficualty is right now telling exactly where the leak is. Odors
SEEM stronger in one area that another, and my only other data at this point
is others have had failure with the same hose.
So far for me, no visible leaks, and no apparent dust accumulation to
indicate a leakage spot.
>>Thanks god it hasn't gotten that bad for me yet, but it does seem to be
>>getting slowly worse.
>>Anyhow, decided not to be lazy and wait for someone else to provide the
>>thread link so I dug it up. This is the one I was referring to for a
>>fuel line fix on the cheap:
>>When I dive in, I'll report back with my luck.
>It isn't -that- expensive a part if you buy it from the right place, and
>it fails rarely- mine was the original line, and the car had 180k or so at
>time of failure.
>Don't screw around with cost-cutting measures on high pressure fuel lines.
> Pardon the pun, but you'll get burned.
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