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Old 02-23-2012, 11:54 PM   #21
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car quest is where i get stuff i cant find anywhere else, there not the cheapest but usually have or can get anything ive asked for
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Thanks for the tip. I went ahead and hit a carquest and managed to find 4 orings that were the correct size. It'* all they had so I got em and so now the pressure line has new rings on both ends. I couldn't dig the rings out of the return side so I just left it be. Hopefully it won't come back to haunt me.

Got the pump and lines all back on the tank and now just waiting for some rubberized undercoating to dry that I am spraying on the underside of the body while the tank is down just to head off some rust that I saw along the seams down there.

And magically the fuel filter removed w/ no issues. And to top it off I got the fitting on the line to actually move w/o twisting the line. Love my PB Blaster, lol... Hoping to get it back under there tonight or tomorrow.
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I had the exact same problem with my 98 SSEi. The section of fuel line that runs along the frame by the right rear wheel was so rusted that I could not get it apart. I used PB Blaster and finally got it apart but, the little white clip and the end of the black plastic tube were both damaged. After spending 2 or 3 hours trying to make it work before I gave up! I bit the bullet and went to the Pontiac dealer. The parts guy knew exactly what I wanted and why. He acted like he sells those every day. Sure enough with brand new parts it all went back together in 2 seconds. Good piece of mind knowing that it will not leak! I do not want to crawl under this thing and drop the tank just because I wanted to save $50.
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