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Old 09-23-2007, 01:08 PM   #1
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Ok, I have had my fuel lines pulled off my fuel rail many times, and I am wondering if I should replace the o-rings on the inside of the female connector ends where the fuel lines connect to the rail? Has anyone else replaced them? If so, what is the part # for them? Thanks!
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Hmmm.... crap. GMPD'* catalog is down. I think I found them. The dealer called them "Fuel line o-rings". I will wait for a PN# from someone to confirm these are it.
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You shouldn't need to replace them until they begin leaking. I've pulled my fuel rail off the lines about 15 times.

(BTW.. guess what'* getting shipped today? )
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Ok, that'* what I figured. They don't leak, I know that.

And YAY! My big whining chunk of metal!!!
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