The majority of fuel lines can be fixed for at least $120. The price will vary significantly depending on whether the mechanic must remove the fuel tank from the vehicle in order to replace the lines if they need to be completely replaced. If so, an additional $400 or $500 may be added.
Some automobile owners may have gasoline lines that are incredibly rusted, and changing or repairing them could cause the brake lines, which are frequently close by, to malfunction.
In these situations, the automobile owner will now need to buy new fuel lines and new brake lines at the same time, which could increase repair or replacement expenses.