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Q:do you need a speacial tool to put 0-rings on the injectors
A:Remove the fuel injector from the engine by pulling outward and rocking back and forth. You may feel a gentle popping sensation as the O-ring seal is pulled away from the engine. This is normal. Remove the two O-rings from the top and bottom of the fuel injector. Discard. You may need to use a thin screwdriver to pry the O-ring from the fuel injector. If you choose to use a tool, do not damage the injector during the process. Damaged injectors should be replaced. Wipe away any residue on the injector. Brake parts cleaner on a rag is usually sufficient to remove any buildup. Coat the new O-rings with a thin layer of motor oil. The motor oil will not only protect the O-ring from deterioration, it will also lubricate the entry of the fuel injector into the engine and allow easier connection to the fuel line or fuel rail. Slide each O-ring over the injector -- one at the neck, the other at the base -- until it is firmly secured in place. Insert the fuel injector into the engine by pressing straight down into the hole. You may feel a slight popping sensation. The fuel injector may be checked for seating by pulling outward. A properly seated injector will resist removal.