Fuel leak

Asked by Mar 17, 2016 at 05:08 PM about the 2007 Chevrolet Cobalt 2 Dr LS Coupe

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have a serious leak from my gas tank.   It's
actually in the line that goes from gas tank to
exaust

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74,755

That needs to be fixed or you will have a fire. If you see where it is leaking, cut out the bad section and replace with a new section of line.

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You might be able to fashion a temporary patch using a tube or Seal All and a strip of heavy material like denim. Soak it good with Seal All, wrap it around the line and let it dry. It's kind of crude but it may keep you moving till you can fix it properly.

Rowefest, we decided to to do what you said before I even read it. That just makes me feel like it's the best way to go. Thanks man!

74,755

I have heard of too many horror stories about a gas leak. It is nothing to ignore. Be safe....

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Thanks man, I'm not taking any chances with this. My son and I have it figured out. Rowefast you take care. Thanks for the advice .

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