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    I have a 2001 Challenger 1800 with the 240 EFI. I have noticed a small fuel leak that appears to be coming from the electric fuel pump area. Specifically from the top near the electrical connections to the pump. Does anyone have/had this issue and or a possible fix?? I"m at work today, I will try and post a pic tomorrow.

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    The fuel appears to be leaking at the seam of the box type structure.

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    its the gasket.... 25-809086

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    ok, the gasket came in and it's too big. How can I shrink this gasket a few millimeters without ruining it??gasket.jpg

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    Try freezing it. That might work

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    I tried that, it shrunk a little, but doesn't fit perfect. Any other suggestions??...

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    Try bolting it down a bit one side then ease it in place with a small flat screwdriver.

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    I did what you suggested. No leaks so far.... Thanks for the advice!!

    I spoke too soon. After hooking it up to the hose and running it a few minutes it started to leak again. Back to the drawing board....
    Last edited by JL242; 08-14-17 at 06:56 PM.

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