Fuel line o-rings

Tiny
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1996 Dodge Intrepid 3.5 L engine. 137,000 miles

Is there any specifics about the o-rings that connect my fuel rail into the fuel line.

The ones that were on there are blue.
Can I replace them with black Viton or Buna o-rings.

The reason I ask is some of them are missing.

I can't seem to find any spec's on this. Anywhere!

Thank You.

John :)
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Monday, October 15th, 2007 AT 7:51 PM

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Tiny
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I'm finding the only way to get these o-rings is to purchase a complette fuel rail replacement.

Stupid huh?

I'm trying to get some specs on thes o-rings type and size.

I tried some others and had fuel spraying out.
I even had a fire under my hood.

This is very frustrating!
Anyone have any info. Any at all would be helpful here. :Evil:
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Tuesday, October 23rd, 2007 AT 6:26 PM
Tiny
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I found this answer and wanted to share:

Hi, and welcome to Just Answer!

There was a recall on the fuel rail's a long time ago, the kit came with most of the o-rings (the ones for the metal lines to the plastic housing, front and rear, and the ones for the pressure regulator. Along with the crossover plugs, orings, and all the plenum / fuel rail paper gaskets you'll need.

The kit # is 05069022AA, around $38 from your local dealer.

You could use the o-rings to repair the rail. This is a list of what's included;

2 EGR Tube Gaskets 1 Intake Plenum Gasket
2 Fuel Rail Gaskets 3 Crossover/Inlet Tube O-Rings
1 Outlet Tube O-Ring 2 Crossover Plugs w/ O-Rings
1 Pressure Regulator O-Ring Kit 2 Outlet Rail Reinforcements
1 Epoxy Package 4 Tie Straps
1 Sandpaper 2 Alcohol Wipes

Not really the cheapest thing in the world, but a whole lot cheaper than a new fuel rail assembly!
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Tuesday, October 23rd, 2007 AT 11:13 PM

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