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92 accord lx leaking on fuel rail

Car sat four years...repl gas tank and fuel pump...cleaned lines runs great...then end of fuel rail leaking...rpl that o ring and now leaks on 4 fuel injector....have vac at regulator...whats everyone think???..thanks

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Dont replace just one O ring on the injectors. You need to replace all when you replace them. It sounds like you still have O ring leaks.

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