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soshoresig



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PostSubject: injector o-rings   Wed Sep 14, 2011 3:40 pm

So I replaced a leaky injector on my son's 96 SS and when I put the fuel rail back on fuel sprayed out of the top of 2 other injectors at the rail. I took it back apart and the two injector orings had split. I picked up a set of 8 o-rings and they seem to be a different color (material)?? Is there a right and wrong way to put the rail back on? I left the injectors in the intake, put the o-rings on the top of the injectors and pushed the rail down onto the injectors, then sequentially tightened the 4 rail hold down bolts. Is there a better way? Should I lube the o-rings?
Thanks for any and all help
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PostSubject: Re: injector o-rings   Wed Sep 14, 2011 8:41 pm

I lube them an make sure they are sliding in the intake and the rail.. I goop the rail and the intake to.
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PostSubject: Re: injector o-rings   Fri Sep 16, 2011 8:29 am

thanks, new,lubed orings went right in no leaks. but now...
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