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    Default Getting the fuel pump gasket to stay where it belongs?

    Hey all, I'm in the process of changing out the fuel pump on my 97 Tahoe 5.7l 4 door. I can't seem to get the gasket to stay seated, once I tap the lock ring into place part of the gasket is sticking out. Any tips ???
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    Did you get a new one or are you trying to re-use the old one?

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    Hi lub it use some wd40. That will help ralph

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    It's the new one that came with the pump, I'll try some lube as recomended, thanks.
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    try using some copper gasket spray adhesive, that gasket wont move around at all after that tacky stuff is on
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    Sounds like you might be over-tightening the fasteners. Check the torque spec and use a torque wrench to install the fasteners.

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