1992 Chevy Corsica 6 cyl Front Wheel Drive Automatic 92000 miles
I smelt gas and burning rubber outside of my car. I brought it to Monro and they said I needed to replace both fuel lines on my car and that it was a days worth of labor and it would cost $400-$450.
The return one, (I believe), is made out of metal and is rusting and is leaking alittle, the send one is rubber and is sitting on my muffler (so in conclusion, I have gas leaking on my muffler and the other fuel line, safe, right?).
I don't have $450 to fix my car. I need to know how hard it is to put a fuel line in (with no lift, practically no tools, and some idea of what I am doing, and a rusted out car bottom), if I should replace the lines with metal or rubber, or if I should just have a mechanic do it.
Any replies are greatly appreicated.
Wednesday, September 24th, 2008 AT 12:10 PM