So last year I had the stainless steel fuel line from where it meets the frame hard line up to the TBI begin to leak...onto the exhaust pipe... So, I towed it to a Firestone shop and had them replace both of the lines, cost me ~200 to do. BUT, I thought they wouldn't bother me again for a long while....NOPE. Today, on the way home from work I smell gasoline. I pulled over, looked under the truck and see gas everywhere, evaporating off of the exhaust, the transmission....everything. HOW does a brand new hose turn to this in only one year? Is there something I've done to destroy these hoses? They have GM parts tags still on them and appear to be new. However, where the flexible stainless hoses meet the hard pipe up near the TBI, there appears to be metal hose clamps and the hard hoses near the TBI don't look new...could the Firestone mechanic have done crimped the stainless hose to the pipe incorrectly? The hoses look like the photo in this post: http://coloradok5.com/forums/showthread.php?t=197016&highlight=fuel+line I'm prepared to take it into a different shop on Saturday to have them fix the lines....again....but I'll avoid the Firestone shop. Reading the receipt they have a 6-month and 6,000 mile warranty on work, so I'm outside of the 6-month period...I need to just go sleep on it, I want to light a match and toss it under the truck at this point.