I meant to say: "It doesn't matter if you repair it or replace it. If you have to ask, then you should just have a professional who knows what he's doing fix it. Get a professional opinion, get some quotes, and get it done right."If you have to ask, then you should just have it replaced.
A little update:
I brought the car to a shop to get an estimate to repair the holes. They wanted $1200 to fix it. That's way out of my budget.
I patched the holes myself with sound deadener and called it good. Cheap, easy fix. No more gas smell!
understood, but you can do better than sound deadener yourself.Nope. Just trying to save money. I don't have $1200 to get it fixed professionally. I just got laid-off. Times are hard. I had the sound deadening on hand already. I didn't just put one layer on. I used multiple layers.