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015point9

Fuel module gasket

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I currently have fuel module and tank out, going to re-route fuel line and few other things.  Thumbing thru new TRD part magazine today...they have the gasket that goes on top of module.  Mine is in-tacked and I don't see any cracks. And can't remember reading any problems with these.

 

But...Is it a good idea to replace with new?   

 

I'd hate to drain and pull this tank in the future again just for a gasket.  Do they go bad?  What would you do?

 

Thanks

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If it does not appear to be damaged, ie cut, wrinkled, or the like I would use it again. I had mine off for the first and only time about 7 years ago and it is still holding just fine. Could have been replaced by Dodge about 10 years ago when i got the intank pump. I dont know for sure but would think that would have been part of the kit.

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I reused mine looked good to me, and you're right I haven't heard people talk too much about them going bad.  But if you do put a new one in then you know it's new.

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