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Q: Gas leak

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My car has a gas leak from under the car.

A: There are several lines and hoses that run ...

There are several lines and hoses that run underneath your vehicle that carry fuel. It is possible that due to the age of your vehicle that a line has rusted through or deteriorated enough to allow fuel to leak. I would ask for help from a certified mechanic, such as one from YourMechanic, to help locate and fix this fuel leak as soon as possible.

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