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  1. PT Cruiser
    Fun title aside, it's true. She is starting to show her age with the fuel system. I have a sneaking suspicion I know the cause. But lets get to the 'what'. She drives perfectly 100% of the time, absolutely normal. Not an issue. No surging, no idle hunting or idle issues, no power issues to...
  2. Repairs, Maintenance, Help
    Hey gang. So I'm looking to replace the fuel lines on my 86 LeBaron Wagon as they are beginning to show signs of decay worth resolving before it is too late. I am wondering if any of you know of any existing part number(s) for the fuel lines and if there are any OE alternatives that you...
  3. Repairs, Maintenance, Help
    Hi, we are looking at buying a 2004-2010 Durango and some come with Flexfuel. There is no 85 available where we live out in the boonies and we would not use it even if there was, given the HP-drop and increased wear. So, I am wondering if the Flexfuel on a vehicle is just within the computer...
  4. PT Cruiser
    I have a 2005 Chrysler Pt Cruiser ad the fuel gauge is always ready empty. What could it possibly be?
  5. PT Cruiser
    Just finishing up a 01 timing belt "practice" swap and noticed the "L" shaped plastic connector on the fuel rail snapped off leaving the plastic connector elbow inside the (vinyl?) fuel line. Ebay appears to only have ONLY the 2005-10 straight line (lineal) design? The connector looks the same...
  6. Repairs, Maintenance, Help
    Hey guys, I've got a question that I can't find an answer for: In a Ram 1500 with the 121L Tank (larger tank option) what is the "reserve", or to put simply - when the gas light comes on, and the range to empty becomes "low" what is the standard for the amount of gasoline remaining in our...
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