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Old 04-25-2015, 01:44 PM
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Above is a link to the video of the leaking fuel line of my Wife's 2012 Hyundai Accent GS.

About me:
My name is Cody Bowen and I am a graphic designer at Abbot Promotional Pruducts. I am originally from East Texas, but I now reside in Shreveport, LA.

The Beginning:
Originally, there was an Engine light that came on in her car. Followed by incorrect fuel level readings. I became fully aware of the problem after I smelled gas coming from the exhaust, or so I thought. The car was suddenly out of gas after sitting over the weekend. I put 2 gallons of gas in it and made my way to Auto Zone to read the code.

The Code:
P0461
P0461 Hyundai - - Engine-Codes.com Q&A

The Aftermath:
As I am backing out of my parking space at the Auto Zone, just like clockwork, that old guy that knows much more about cars than I do pops up! Bam, he hits me with some pertinent knowledge! This guy notices the fuel smell and then, as a result, he notices the gas puddle that was leaking from the car. We take a gander underneath and notice a line that appears to be the origin.

What I need:
I need help identifying this specific line as well as any knowledge about DIY
options, Average cost of repair, and any general knowledge you guys may
consider helpful.
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Old 05-11-2015, 10:05 PM
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Hmmm in my idea... The safest would be to tow the vehicle to the dealer asap due to safest reasons.
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Old 01-08-2017, 10:53 PM
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I was curious how much it cost
To repair the fuel line and if you have to drop the gas tank to do it. I want to make sure I'm fully prepared so mechanic can't feed me bull and overcharge





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Above is a link to the video of the leaking fuel line of my Wife's 2012 Hyundai Accent GS.

About me:
My name is Cody Bowen and I am a graphic designer at Abbot Promotional Pruducts. I am originally from East Texas, but I now reside in Shreveport, LA.

The Beginning:
Originally, there was an Engine light that came on in her car. Followed by incorrect fuel level readings. I became fully aware of the problem after I smelled gas coming from the exhaust, or so I thought. The car was suddenly out of gas after sitting over the weekend. I put 2 gallons of gas in it and made my way to Auto Zone to read the code.

The Code:
P0461
P0461 Hyundai - - Engine-Codes.com Q&A

The Aftermath:
As I am backing out of my parking space at the Auto Zone, just like clockwork, that old guy that knows much more about cars than I do pops up! Bam, he hits me with some pertinent knowledge! This guy notices the fuel smell and then, as a result, he notices the gas puddle that was leaking from the car. We take a gander underneath and notice a line that appears to be the origin.

What I need:
I need help identifying this specific line as well as any knowledge about DIY
options, Average cost of repair, and any general knowledge you guys may
consider helpful.[/QUOTE]
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Old 01-09-2017, 03:06 AM
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In my experienca and country, aroung 90 to 150$
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