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Q: Leaking fuel line

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I seem to have a leaking fuel line in my car.

A: First of all, I recommend that you do not c...

First of all, I recommend that you do not continue to drive. Fuel leaks can be very dangerous, it poses a great risk of a fire. I suggest having a trained technician locate the source leak and repair it before a fire breaks out.

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