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How do I replace the o ring in the low pressure line for my endeavor?

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So I take it, it was a leak at the o ring? Make sure there is no pressure in the system. Remove the bolt holding the line to whatever, separate carefully not to bend the line. Remove o ring and replace with a/c o ring. Clean any oxidization or corrosion before assembling

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See Figure 1
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Fig. Fig. 1: Disassembled electric fuel pump


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Fig. Fig. 2: Low pressure in-tank electric fuel pump


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