you stillneed to replace the o-rings..you may have pinched them..make sure the old o-rings are out and there are no pieces of the old o-rings are in the hole
CLEANING AND INSPECTION PROCEDURE NOTE: Cover the injector sockets in order to prevent dirt and other contaminants from entering the open fuel passages.Removing the fuel meter body assembly from the engine requires removing the top portion of the intake manifold, called the upper manifold assembly and throttle body.An 8-digit part identification number is XXXXX a mylar label affixed to one of the fuel meter body assemblies. Refer to this number if servicing or part replacement is required.NOTE: Do not use a cleaner which contains methyl ethyl ketone. This extremely strong solvent may damage components and is not necessary for this type of cleaning.Use a carburetor cleaner in order to remove deposits.Refer to the instructions provided with the cleaner.
REMOVAL PROCEDURE CAUTION: Refer to Battery Disconnect Caution in Cautions and Notices.
INSTALLATION PROCEDURE NOTE: Refer to Fastener Notice in Cautions and Notices.
you put them on the line
please look at the pictures above
one o ring on each line and its still leaking
if you have the o-rings installed correctly..the meter body may have a crack in it...but please check and double check the o-rings