How to Fix Gas Line Freeze?

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An easy fix to gas line freeze is to keep your vehicle in a heated space. This is not always possible, even in a garage. You can use a portable space heater or a hair dryer to help warm the area. There are some fuel additives that can help prevent gas line freeze, if you want to use them. For more information look here: en.allexperts.com;
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