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Ang 05-07-2018 07:44 PM

Hello all! Iím looking for some advice on a Ď94 Acura Legend GS
 
I just sold my 1994 Acura Legend to my roommate and unfortunately now the fuel line needs to be replaced. The car is very rusty on the undercarriage and her boyfriend is afraid to work on it. He doesn’t want to cause any other damages. Is the fuel line an expensive part for this car? Roughly, how long would the job take? Thank you for your input.

JKLedbetter 05-07-2018 08:19 PM

Sounds to me like she needs to junk the boyfriend.

-Kennon

94LegendaryAcuraGS 05-09-2018 09:45 AM

Your best option for the part is a junk yard vehicle fuel line as I think those are LONG discontinued to buy new. As for how long of a job that depends on:

1) how extensive is the rust as it may require extra care and additional parts to replace.
2) expertise of the boyfriend doing the work.

I hope everyone has fun and the car doesn't head for "the great metal recycling center in the sky". :(

JJtheRippah 09-18-2018 09:59 AM

Always some Legends being parted out, help other enthusiasts! Check the facebook page; don't let the bf do the repair!

radieon 09-26-2018 07:22 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by JJtheRippah (Post 562966)
Always some Legends being parted out, help other enthusiasts! Check the facebook page; don't let the bf do the repair!

I agree, find an enthusiast who can help with replacing that fuel line.

Eliot 10-01-2018 11:43 AM

If you friend lives near or in Georgia, I would say go to Velocity Total car care and ask for Tony. He's your guy when it comes to Legends. Chances are he's going to build a fuel line for the vehicle if the damage is too extensive. Otherwise anyone with a good amount of expertise under their belt handling this kind of detailed work will also tell you the same. Even if the person doesn't build one from scratch as other members stated, you can go to a parts yard and source one out or find one here being parted out. Good luck.


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