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Old 05-25-2013, 06:33 PM   #1
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So I've gone down the list and replace the cam positioning sensor, crank sensor, fuel filter, and the regulator... Still didn't fix my starting problem. I drop the tank, and as I'm pulling out the pump I spot a pin hole leaking fuel in the internal tubing. Is there any way to fix this without buying the $300 assembly???
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So I've gone down the list and replace the cam positioning sensor, crank sensor, fuel filter, and the regulator... Still didn't fix my starting problem. I drop the tank, and as I'm pulling out the pump I spot a pin hole leaking fuel in the internal tubing. Is there any way to fix this without buying the $300 assembly???
Sealant and duct tape? It's a high pressure line so you'll need something good
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There's one solevant you can use with something that will have gas touching it, my girlfriends neon had a crack in the ring that held the fuel pump in, because dodge is stupid and made it out of plastic on this model atleast

But I forget what it's called, ill have to see if she still has it, basically it don't let the gas eat at it like the others do because gas is acidic, not much only about a ph of 7.33
But this stuff requires the area to be dried then can be applied which us hard if its like mine were gas was spuing out
But it fixed it almost a year ago and it's still fine, no leaks

However I had hard time finding it, big name places in my town atleast, autozone, oriellys, ect didn't have, only place was a local auto parts store so look around and call and just ask for gas proof sealant then read the tube to make sure their honest
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