Stryker you know it will have pressure unless it bleeds off overnight.Take it apart and look for an O-ring or gasket... There is no pressure there with the engine off so you won't lose any fuel really.
Ya it usually works out that way for these jeeps, you need to buy the whole assembly:brickwall:Just called the 2 local JY's that keep XJ's around and neither have them.. Gotta call more and see if I can find one...this sucks..apparently you can't buy just the orings..
Stryker what no bubble gum. You are such aAdd a bunch of RTV and duct tape. then zip tie it back on and should work great.
I would give em a call or better yet look on their website and search for the part that you need.hmm well I take that back factory parts manual shows a repair package..wonder if a local parts shop will have em..
I think you have answered your own question. Of course it is good to have spares. If not for you then to help a fellow Jeeper to get his junk home from the trail.I have an Oreiley's, Advanced Auto and Autozone about 2 miles fromt he house..
My question is would it be benificial to just replace the whole thing? and having a spare would be nice..seems I am collecting a few spare parts...already have a spare cps I keep in the jeep, along with a belt, upper and lower rad hose, tie rod assembly, draglink assembly and a few other minor stuff.. Oh and the fix all duck tape and rtv..I remember rtving a rad hosing and duck taping it to get my but home once..