1999 Mitsubishi Galant gas leak

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Asked by Apr 27, 2017 at 05:49 PM about the 1999 Mitsubishi Galant DE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

when I start my car I could
smell gas and then I looked
under the car that's when I saw
a small gas leak on my 1999
Mitsubishi Galant in the front
right underneath I believe it's
the starter somewhere around
there and I need to know
what's the best way to fix it.

3 Answers

79,165

Sounds like a gas line that is leaking, the steal line would need to be repaired by cutting the old line out, the ends should be flared, then a coupling is used to connect the lines. You should just take it in somewhere to be repaired. Do not be driving it like this, the chance of fire is high.

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Thanks so much. Time's are hard these days so I'm going to have to look for someone that can fix it cheap or do it myself.

79,165

It should not be a major cost to repair, but if the car started fire, then the cost could be your life.

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