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Check under the car in front of the passenger rear tire where the fuel filter is located.  The next location to check is in the engine compartment immediately behind where the upper radiator hose goes into the engine.  There are 2 gas lines there that can leak and if the engine gets hot can catch fire and makes a real mess.  The gas lines by the fuel filter are rubber and get brittle over time.  The gas lines by the radiator hose gets cut into by the clamp and cuts the gas line.

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Check under the car in front of the passenger rear tire where the fuel filter is located.  The next location to check is in the engine compartment immediately behind where the upper radiator hose goes into the engine.  There are 2 gas lines there that can leak and if the engine gets hot can catch fire and makes a real mess.  The gas lines by the fuel filter are rubber and get brittle over time.  The gas lines by the radiator hose gets cut into by the clamp and cuts the gas line.

The above advise is not firm enough. REPLACE ALL RUBBER FUEL HOSES WITH NEW, RATED FOR FUEL INJECTION, AND ALSO BE SURE TO USE ONLY CORRECT HOSE CLAMPS DESIGNED FOR FUEL INJECTION HOSES AND THE HIGH PRESSURE IN THE LINES.

More FWD Turbo Chrysler cars have burned and been totaled because owners were NEGLIGENT about this issue. DON'T BE ONE OF THEM!

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