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Fuel pressure regulator install

How many O-rings are on the regulator for a 94 Mustang? I have an Aeromotive regulator. Car has been apart for 3+ months while I awaited machine work so I don;t remember. Wondering if the small tube has any O-rings? There are two rings on the larger tube.


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put the stock one back in. You are wasting your time and already have wasted money.


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put the stock one back in. You are wasting your time and already have wasted money.
Appreciate the most helpful advice there Indy, but I got my time and financial management under control. Anyway.............

The stock regulator is long gone or I would have just looked at it to see if the small tube was O-ringed at the fuel block. Anybody else know the answer?

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Appreciate the most helpful advice there Indy, but I got my time and financial management under control. Anyway.............

The stock regulator is long gone or I would have just looked at it to see if the small tube was O-ringed at the fuel block. Anybody else know the answer?
There is one O-ring and one gasket (at least for the stock regulator). And this is a 87-93 setup, not sure if 94 is different.















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Appreciate your PICs and efforts. The 94 uses a flattened O ring for one inlet/outlet tube. It's pretty small and I didn't see it in the ziplock bag. I'm good now.

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