ampiifire Posted February 21, 2009 Report Share Posted February 21, 2009 for a 96 eldorado. other than that.. well.. the title and description says most of it. it's not spraying out.. but after a minute or two of running, the fuel will ooze out and fill the negative space in the quick disconnect line. any time there is fuel with the potential of dropping on a hot manifold i feel it necessary to fix.. so dealing with it in its current state isn't really an option because my money says it gets worse over time. but seeing as it is a very slow leak.. maybe there is a way to seal it? like an o ring of types that wouldn't deteriorate in the gasoline? i cant find the rail to filter line anywhere... is there a way to splice a new quick disconnect fitting on the existing line or should i bite the bullet and buy a full line from a GM dealer? i'd really rather not replace the whole thing if it can be safely avoided.. it is bracketed in in like 3-4 places, winds in and around everything in tight quarters, doesn't bend well, and generally seems like kind of a pain in the *smurf* job for such a tiny little leak :\ the link below is to a pic of it.. granted, it's not a great picture, but you can sorta see how the liquid pools in the top (right in the picture) quick disconnect. http://i57.photobucket.com/albums/g219/amp...re/IMG00057.jpg Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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