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Old 04-24-2008, 12:17 AM   #1
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If you have ever unsecrewed a fuel rail, you know the piece I am talking about. Those little black things between the rail and head (screw goes though it) that fall out and vaporize despite all efforts to keep them in place. I tried to order them today but dealer won’t get for a while. Let me know if anyone has one.

If it helps they are part number B67513158.
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compy, due to the nature of this part and the way they dissapear in ones engine bay i am sure the dealer will beoyur best bet
i wish i couldhelp you out
call several dealers...how close are you to wayne mazda?
just curious
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Order some crap from rosenthal, get stiffer motormounts and things like that while you're at it.
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I figured, the dealer is my next stop. Wayne Mazda is about 2 hours and 30 minutes north of me. The shipping on a part like that would cost much more than the item itself, hence chads reason to order them with something else.
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hey if you're in a bind, i used 2 washers stacked together that were probably under 1mm off from the right thickness for a few weeks until i got the right parts
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As far as I know these are nothing but simply spacers.
If you still have one of them go down to a hardware store and get washers that stack to the same thickness and run that until the part comes in from the dealer. If you don't have one to go off of, just guess. :-P
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I think the protege/escort gt use the same spacer
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