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Cavalier Fuel Leak

02/26/2016 3:38 PM

desperate to repair fuel leak on my prized Chevy

Please help

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Re: Cavalier fuel leak

02/26/2016 3:42 PM

Here ya go!

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Re: Cavalier fuel leak

02/26/2016 5:09 PM

I say it's staged or photoshop.

There's no way you kept one running long enough for it to be able to start on fire by itself.

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Re: Cavalier fuel leak

02/26/2016 5:17 PM

I think it was stalled and A,OP was checking fuel tank level with a match in the filler neck.

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Re: Cavalier fuel leak

02/26/2016 6:39 PM

What's this?

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Re: Cavalier fuel leak

02/26/2016 10:17 PM

Nitrous oxide to make it "go" faster?

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Re: Cavalier fuel leak

02/26/2016 6:46 PM

Better work fast!

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Re: Cavalier Fuel Leak

02/28/2016 1:30 PM

That's normal, be thankful it's at least doing something. Hey, look at it go! (up in flames that is).

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