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Q: Gas leaking

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There is a gas leak.

A: A gas leak I never something to put off. Th...

A gas leak I never something to put off. The most common gas leak on this vehicle is from the metal line under the vehicle. These tend to corroded and break over time. The leak will need to be located and then the line will need to be replaced. I have also seen the tank leak on some of these, but that is not as common.

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