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Does anyone know where to get the o-ring "modules" that fit the fuel lines and tranny lines other than at the dealership where they are like $10 a pop? I'd like to replace them all while in there and that equates to about 9 units or so. Does Napa have them? If so can someone supply a part number?
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if you have bulk o-rings simply get the clips themselves from your local parts store.
Dorman (AKA HELP! brand) 800-005 and 800-006 (5/16" and 3/8" respectively)
Should be around $4 each.
if you want to dig for the full reload kit part number, here's a starting point:http://www.dormanproducts.com/c-386-fuel-line-connectors-retainers.aspx
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Try BK 730-4978. It's a transmission line connector.
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