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Old 02-01-2013, 11:10 AM   #1
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I replaced my fuel pumps on my 98 coupe but when I was hooking up the fuel lines on the drivers side I damaged a o ring. It is the bottom line on the fuel pump and it goes into a Y type connectoe with one end going to the fuel filter and the other end going to passenger fuel tank. There are 2 o rings in the female connector a yellow one in front and a orange one behind the yellow one. I screwed up the orange one.

does anyone have a part # or tell me where to get the o ring or is it possible to even reinstall it?

Kinda was thinking AJ might have seen this before.
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You know, a IN FOCUS picture is worth a thousand words.

Pick the number of the part you are looking for.

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Sorry about not having a picture. You know how it goes, 11:00 at night your cold,covered in oil, gas, and grime all I wanted was to get it back together. Thank you for your help, the dealer had the same picture but different item numbers It looks like item #33. I got it figured out. thanks again.



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Damn, you're rapped up like you're working at the north pole! That's why I have a Ready Heater in my garage. I can't concentrate for crap when I'm cold!
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That's my friend freezing his ass off. We have a small heater but we had to open the door cause of the gas smell. No fun when your cold
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