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Old 07-29-2006, 01:57 AM   #1
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Default Where to buy new O-rings for my injectors? (L67)

The O-rings are shot for my L67 Series 1 Injectors. I was wondering if someone knows where to get them, or the P/N for me to buy them off a GM dealer. Also how much should I be looking to pay for them?
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Unless I am mistaken, injector O-rings should be commonly available from any auto parts store. I know Borg Warner makes them, and I'm sure other manufacturers cover them as well. Check with a local store; they should be less than $10 total for all injectors if you're just getting O-rings.
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$16 at the dealer. They'll have them in stock.
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Thanks guys!
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$16 at the dealer. They'll have them in stock.
Is there anything special about his O-rings that he specifically needs to go to the dealer? I have always been able to find them at an O'Reillys, Autozone, or the like.
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Both Autozone and advace should sell the O Rings(Fel Pro), they come 4 to a box and ran me a totall of less than $9 for 3 boxes

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