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I got a gas leak in my car do u know how to fix it

Yes, absolutely, if you would please set up a mobile fuel leak diagnostic a certified mechanic from YourMechanic will travel to your location, find the fuel leak(s) and let you know of the repair strategy and cost. Leaks of course are quite variegated so the extent of the repair depends on whether the leak is in a pressurized supply line, return line, the tank, filler assembly (to tank), fuel pump seal, filter connection or EVAP system. Also, leaks can develop at injectors and on the fuel rail. All of the foregoing is serviceable, though, and we will be glad to resolve this problem for you. If you intend to keep the car, and the leak happens to be in the steel tubing, discuss with the Mechanic the possibility of using Ni-Copp (non ferrous) tubing (DOT approved for fuel and brake lines) which tubing will never corrode like steel does. If you have additional concerns or questions, by all means let us know.

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