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DailyDriven'88 DailyDriven'88 is offline
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I did this a few months ago. IIRC, the head was held on by 2 or 3 flat head screws. Because of the limited space between the head and roof of the engine compartment as well as the attaching flathead screws being very tight, I was forced to remove the entire assembly (fuel head and whatever its attached to), then separate them on the bench. I disconnected all rubber fuel lines, banjo fittings, and lastly each injector hardline. All in all it wasn't too bad, but I distinctly remember being very careful and using lots of downward pressure with the flathead screws as I didn't want to strip their heads. I also used antiseize on the screws when I reassembled.

On a side note, anyone got an idea as to where a replacement O ring can be had? Its the one that goes on the bottom of the fuel head where it enters the chamber below?

Last edited by DailyDriven'88; 01-27-2010 at 09:05 PM..
Old 01-27-2010, 09:03 PM
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