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Distributer issues Can i replace the "O" ring in the distributer? Or must i replace the entire piece? I'm getting oil in the distributer and it is affecting the gas flow. The car cuts out and does not accellerate(sp?) consistantly.

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There is an O-ring that seals the distributor housing... if the leak is in the distributor, you should replace the whole thing

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