Q: Fuel rail leaking

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I have a leak from the fuel rail.

Hello. I have seen this many times on this engine. The most common fuel leak on the fuel rail is the fuel injector O-rings. These O-rings that go between the rail and the injectors tend to rot out over time and leak. The rail would need to be removed and all of the O-rings on the injectors would need to be replaced. To ensure that you do not have further problems I would enlist the help from a certified mechanic to diagnose your leaking issue.

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