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Old 01-08-2012, 12:12 PM   #71
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i cant seem to view the pictures. could you re-post them or direct me to them?

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so i replaced mine today and it was a bit of a pain due to the fact both screws broke off when i was half way from taking the bolt off.. used 10mm extension with wd40.. just small rusted screws.. any fix for this? just put the other thicker screw and bolts in and they worked fine and the clips as well but the one side is a little loose due to the broke screws..
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I will be doing mine this weekend, as I was reading the post there seemed to be confusion about oil on the "O" ring seals, while I was in the Navy working on jet engines and related fuel systems always had us put PET on the "O" rings and I have been doing that on all my cars weather on fuel injectors or pumps and I have never had any problems. It helps the "O" rings seat and if necessary slide on the part easier. Just my 2 cents worth.

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I will be doing mine this weekend, as I was reading the post there seemed to be confusion about oil on the "O" ring seals, while I was in the Navy working on jet engines and related fuel systems always had us put PET on the "O" rings and I have been doing that on all my cars weather on fuel injectors or pumps and I have never had any problems. It helps the "O" rings seat and if necessary slide on the part easier. Just my 2 cents worth.

Skydrol, and 5606 on hydros!, I also lube o rings, it helped seat my fuel injectors.
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