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Must be the proper OEM O-ring from a kit made for this. The injectors are held in by fasteners or a rail that you cannot over-tighten, so the O-ring has to be thick enough to seal but not so large in diameter that it isn't just squeezed out and no seal.
Posted on Nov 23, 2014
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