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Fuel line replacement

beaverplt

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Hi all. I have a fuel line on my 05 Lacrosse that has rusted and is dripping gas. I would like to replace it, but I can't find where to buy just the replacement line. I can find entire kits, but not individual parts. Does anyone know where I can find one without paying a dealership prices?
 

beaverplt

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Sussex, Wi
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2005 Lacrosse
Cool. Thanks. I'm in the process of removing the old line. I'm having a hard time getting fitting at the back end apart. It's got a release fitting I haven't seen before. I've tried everything to get it apart and nothing works. I'm sure I'm missing something here, can anyone help?
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2007LucerneCXL

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2007 Lucerne CXL. and 1995 Lesabre currently, past 1973 Riviera, 1968 Riviera
You may want to get on these and here's a video that somewhat covers the quick connector.
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beaverplt

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2005 Lacrosse
I have one of those tools and it isn't working. I can't push it in to make the catch release. Also, the fitting doesn't look like the ones I've used the tool on.
 
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