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Leaky fuel rail?

Noticed fuel running down the inside of the support bracket on fuel rail near the # 3 cylinder. I have already done the injectors , checked for leaky connections, don't know what else it could be but maybe a cracked fuel rail? The only replacement rails I can find are the rebuilts on 944 online.com but they want $295. Any suggestions?
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Old 04-24-2008, 08:36 PM
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eBay. and http://www.20thstreetauto.com.
i've dealed with 20th a ton of times and the are pretty good. watch out for plastic items though. 20 yr. plastic in arizona heat makes it a delicate..
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heres one http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/PORSCHE-944-FUEL-INJECTION-RAIL-REGULATOR-AND-INJECTORS_W0QQitemZ110246813244QQcmdZViewItem if you use buy it now shipping is free
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I have a leak free used one with dampner, PM for details.

Your other options are the lindsey racing unit or a modified new stock unit from speed force racing.
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I've gone through this before... LOL...alot. Pelican members often have some used ones reasonable. Also you can sometimes silver solder it and cripple around a while. Just don't burn your car up driving it w/ a leaky rail. Such has been the demise of several 944's
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Whatever you do though, dont go driving the car while it's leaking. Look under the fuel rail and you will see your exhaust manifold.....which gets hot....not a good combination.

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