So the leak went away when I re-seated but it has came back. The real pain about this is once you pull off the connector and get the o-rings off you know your are out of service until you get it fixed.
I talked to the Napa guys and they said they had a kit so I thought I was all right but sure enough the o-rings they sold me were to small!!
Found informaiton on the exact specifications at the below links.
The old o-rings were in terrible shape. Hardly any effort and they pull apart so it was no wonder I had a leak. But the Napa guys did have a -012 o-ring in a box under their counter and it fitted perfectly. Funny that they had several -012 sizes but it was still easy to pick the right -012 size.
Definitely needed an o-ring pick to do this as it is a tedious job but took me less then an hour. I made my own pick but I can see why it is recommended to buy your own pick. The trick was to put the one in the back first by sliding the ring inbetween the o-rings forward. Once the back one is in slide the ring back snug against the back o-ring and use the pick to put the next o-ring in.
Fitted back on nice and snug so I'm in good shape now.
These o-rings are definitely a problem for a lot of folks and personnally I think it should be a re-call.