how to replace gas line

Asked by Jun 26, 2015 at 02:47 PM about the 1988 Ford Mustang LX Convertible

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I own a 1988 Ford Mustang. 5 speed, manual,convertible, 5.0. My car broke down on a
highway and I had it towed to my home. At that time, financial issues were a major
problem so I left it sitting, which I know is bad for the car. But, it is an additional car
that has sentimental value. When I did attempt to try to repair the car, I had to replace
the battery, clean the old gasoline out of the tank, then I found a leak in the gas line
and I need to repair it and I have no clue and limited finances. Can anyone suggest how
to repair,replace a gas line on my Mustang 5.0. I am a female with limited knowledge
and I would appreciate any help.

2 Answers

254,595

You can purchase a new line and replace, or have a local mechanic splice a new piece in......http://www.latemodelrestoration.com/products/79-93- Mustang-Fuel-Lines

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25,595

Sorry but I don't think "cheap" is in the cards for this concern. At least not cheap AND safe. Just my opinion of course.

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