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Was the crimp connection affected by corrosion or was it more like "normal" wear and tear due to aging. Was the line available as a separate part number?
Was it a slow leak that went catastrophic or sudden failure?
Any countermeasures apart from a preemptive replacement. It seems like this could become a common issue as the 9-5's age?
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