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Q: Gas tank leaks

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The gas tank leaks.

Hello, sorry you’re having problems with your gas tank. It might just be a loose or damaged filler hose that is leaking and needs to be replaced. I would recommend having a technician from YourMechanic come out and inspect the leak and replace what is needed.

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