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My car is leaking fuel.

A vehicle can leak fuel from dozens of places. Fuel leaks can also be very dangerous. This is a repair best left to certified technicians, like the ones at YourMechanic. Have this problem diagnosed right away to ensure safety and to prevent further problems.

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