Started up my '93 corolla for the summer and it looked like I had a leak.
It was not in the right spot to be the engine oil, and it wasn't red, so it couldn't be the transmission fluid.
I jacked it up today and it's coming from about halfway between the front and rear tires. It appears to be the fuel line that is leaking.
Hmm...so now what?
I'm a very poor student, is this something I can fix by myself? I must say, plumbing type of stuff makes me uncomfortable. This seems like something that shouldn't be screwed around with either.
If I took it in to a shop, how much should I expect them to charge me to patch it up?
And it would only require that part of the line be replaced and not the entire thing, correct?
Took another look, a better look, and it is my brake line that is leaking. I checked the brake fluid level and it has certainly dropped.
I called a dealership service dept. and they guess it'll be around 6-7 hundred...ouch.
Currently calling around trying to see if I can get a better deal.
According to midas, it'll be about 6-7 hundred, but I should expect it to be at least $500
Any help would be appreciated.