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I removed the fuel rail from the engine and when I went to replace it I noticed a leak where the pressure line quick connects to the rail. When I took it off and removed the orings there is a yellow one and a brown one that has many little cracks in it. I figure removing and replacing the rail was the last straw for a bad oring. I can't find any of the correct size at parts stores. was wondering if this is something

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The dealer would carry or is there a place to find fuel safe orings.
 

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Hard to imagine a parts store would not have the correct O rings. A dealer should definitely have them, though they will be over priced.

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You DO have a stainless steel fuel rail, don't you?
 

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Thanks for the reply. I do have a steel rail. I tried every part store in the area and they all have the Dorman nylon repair ends for the vehicle but not just the o rings. I am trying to avoid having to cut and patch the nylon line. I am gonna try the dealer tomorrow I don't care if they charge $20 for one 50¢ oring I just hope they got it.
 
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