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Old June 22nd, 2012, 12:05
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Renix Fuel Line o-ring question

What are the Renix owners using to replace fuel line orings, spacer and clip for the main fuel line to rail and the steel line off the regualtor?

I never had to think about what is available after market as I collected the OEM fuel line and trans lines oring repair kits when I worked at the dealer.....

The kits cost me 6 bucks each and included the orings, spacer ,squeeze clip and a tool to install....... Really slick, but my stash is empty

I remember taking all that stuff years ago in a pinch off a Caravan fuel filter to get another Jeeper going years ago......

I am taking off my intake to install a new exhaust mani, and the fuel lines leak 99% of the time when puttng back together.... just wanna make sure I have the fuel line o-rings.....

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Old June 22nd, 2012, 14:31
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Re: Renix Fuel Line o-ring question

The o-ring kits are still available. And as far as I have found there is no aftermarket for them. So grab a few from the dealer while they are still available. I have to get a few more myself..
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Old June 22nd, 2012, 15:54
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Re: Renix Fuel Line o-ring question

If you want just the o-rings, the 5/16 Viton are Napa 730-5018 and the 3/8 are 730-5017. I've had better resultS just changing the o-rings as the kits from the parts stores tend to be a POS.
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Old June 22nd, 2012, 19:04
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Re: Renix Fuel Line o-ring question

It seems everytime i touch a fuel line disconnect, it'll leak afterwards... got tired of the bullshit and went with AN plumbing. The renix rail is harder to convert using tubing adapters, but i swapped in a h.o. rail, which is cake.
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Old June 22nd, 2012, 22:53
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Re: Renix Fuel Line o-ring question

Thanks for the info, I am lucky to have a Napa couple blocks from me Also what is the dealer part number for the kits off hand? I hate for the counter person to give me the blank stare or run around, part number is so much easier..... I dont even have any empty parts packages anymore to grab a PN# from.....

The HO fuel rail and AN fittings seems interesting.... but I really have had good luck with new oring kits from the dealer, I really hope I can make Napa stuff work, that is the easiest!
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Old June 23rd, 2012, 06:25
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Re: Renix Fuel Line o-ring question

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Thanks for the info, I am lucky to have a Napa couple blocks from me Also what is the dealer part number for the kits off hand? I hate for the counter person to give me the blank stare or run around, part number is so much easier..... I dont even have any empty parts packages anymore to grab a PN# from.....

The HO fuel rail and AN fittings seems interesting.... but I really have had good luck with new oring kits from the dealer, I really hope I can make Napa stuff work, that is the easiest!
IIRC, 83502545? Google it to be sure.
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Old June 23rd, 2012, 08:35
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Re: Renix Fuel Line o-ring question

Got mine at Azone or O'reilys, and I think they are also in the Dorman help section at some stores.
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Old June 24th, 2012, 09:10
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Re: Renix Fuel Line o-ring question

You might try this for RENIX: Fuel rail seal package; 6 brown, (inner), and, (outer) 6 black, part number: 8350 3637
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You might try this for RENIX: Fuel rail seal package; 6 brown, (inner), and, (outer) 6 black, part number: 8350 3637
Those are injector o-rings.
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Old June 24th, 2012, 13:01
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Re: Renix Fuel Line o-ring question

Probably bad but i've used faucet repair O-rings in mine before.... my father was a master plumber for 20 years so there are a million of those things in his garage

but now that i think about it... those probably arent made of the right kind of rubber lol
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Re: Renix Fuel Line o-ring question

You wont be LOLing when it catches on fire. Get rid of them.
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Re: Renix Fuel Line o-ring question

This one?
http://www.jeep4x4center.com/fuel-oi...-83502745.html
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Old June 24th, 2012, 14:41
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Re: Renix Fuel Line o-ring question

That's it.
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Old June 24th, 2012, 20:20
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You wont be LOLing when it catches on fire. Get rid of them.
You know, one place we never think of to look for vacuum leaks, or a lean cylinder issue is the manifold injector o'rings.
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Re: Renix Fuel Line o-ring question

Well, if you spray for vacuum leaks, you should be spraying there.
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