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Old 06-22-2004, 11:51 PM   #1
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Default Injector o-rings on an L67

I'm looking for two part #'*...the two o-rings that the L67 injector has between it and the engine. NOT the o-ring that fits the injector to the fuel rail.

And just for future reference...where do you guys find most helpful for supplying part #'*???

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for finding part numbers, i often go with gmpartsdirect.com, but have found that their online catalog can be lacking for the 'small' stuffs... so a call to a dealer that'* local is always good - you'll find that of all the people at dealers, the parts guys are a breed all their own. i've never met one who wouldn't go out of his way to find a part number for a guy, and have even had them offer on many occasions to fax me drawings of a part or assembly so I could figure things out.

as for the p/n of those o-rings, i just went to advanced auto, and they had them there - i don't think autozone did... but i didn't want to get ripped at a dealer. even as a gm employee, i usually can only get them to give me the gm list price instead of the super inflated dealer price....

but anyhew, it was a felpro set for the l36 (assuming it would be somewhat simliar for the l67), but it was made for 4, 6, and 8 bangers, so each box has 4. meaning i had to buy two boxes, and have two o-rings left over. so it goes - they were only like 3 bucks a piece...
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Just buy the FI O-ring kit from the dealer. It'* got everything you need. I did mine the last time I had the SC off the car.
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how much does the whole kit cost will?
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I don't recall exactly, but I think it was about $15.
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I just bought mine from murray'* for $10. But theres 12 o-rings in the kit, is this right? There only looks to be 1 o-ring per injector, but I haven't taken them off yet.
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Check out this AC Delco link provided by "Jwikoff99". It has pictures and you can never have too many pictures.

http://www.acdelco.com/html/catalog/index.htm
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I got the rings from the GM dealer here in town. Paid 8 bucks, which seems like way too much, but it'* no big deal. The rubber o-ring that fits the injector to the engine is the same o-ring that is used to fit the injector to the fuel rail, thus there are at least 12 in a package for your 6 cyl car. I left the old back-up o-rings on, cause the new ones looked sorta big.

Thank'* for all the input!
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