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Default CRD HP Pump o ring order?

Hi everyone, I need to know what order the little o-rings in the rebuild kit for the High Pressure CRD fuel pump go in. I think I may have put them in the wrong order or wrong way around and that is why they keep chewing out and leaking diesel or air.
I've attached photos of the o-rings that keep dying in the head but I think the hard plastic white ones should swap position with them?
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Hard plastic white ones go on first followed by the black rubber Orings.

As per Youtube video...
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Yep well I obviously stuffed that up lol. That video is awesome, thank you so much for that. Now I need to find someone that sells the rebuild kit that will order it overnight.
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So far so good. I followed the instructions step by step in the video and I have a non leaking, fully functional pump. My Jeep goes like a scalded cat and doesn't stall. The problem all along was that I'd rebuilt the pump incorrectly. At least the new injectors, l.p. pump, fuel pressure regulator and all new o-rings make it run like a car with only minimal kms instead of the 350,000kms that it has on it.

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