[DML] Re: Accumulator area leak
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[DML] Re: Accumulator area leak

Take the "L" shaped unit back out. Carefully inspect for any tiny bit
of dirt, cracks, splits, etc. If it all looks alright reassemble being
very careful to keep everything clean and not cross-thread the
fittings. Tighten very tight. If it still leaks then all the fittings
should be replaced, something is cracked, split, etc. Be very fussy
here, do not tolerate ANY leak.
David Teitelbaum
vin 10757

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "dmcjosh85" <dmcjosh85@xxxx> wrote:
> As by the title you can guess that Ive discovered a fuel leak under 
> my car right where the accumulator is at. Ive gotten under there and 
> investigated and found that is comming somwhere from the area of 
> where the accumulator hooks upto the metal line that goes to the fuel 
> filter. I went thru the archives to see what material I could find on 
> anyone whos had this problem before, and yes I found that others ahve 
> had the problem, so I know ill get a lot of responses back from the 
> pr

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