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Re: Fools rush in .....

> I have the same leaking 'X' screws. I hope your repair works. Could you
> tell me what type of tool you fashioned to fit the 'X' slots( 2 half
> dollars welded together?) and what were the parts that did not fit quite
> well.

I had leaking 'X' screw on my 5000CS '86. Fortunately, the one leaking was
on the top of the pump. I've bought new screw and o-ring from the dealer
(HBL Audi in VA) for $7 and have replaced leaking screw with the pump in
place. No leak since then. It's about 6 month.
The tool used was the pry bar. One end of the bar I've shaped using electric
sand wheel.

				| <- Shaped end