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Q: Fuel leak.

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The fuel line leaking. What should I do?

A: I would ask for help from a mechanic to loo...

I would ask for help from a mechanic to look at your fuel system. They will be able to find the leak and make the necessary repairs so that your fuel no longer leaks.

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