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springer12 springer12 is offline
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Join Date: Aug 2013
Location: San Rafael, CA
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Thanks Tony.

Haven't done this before and would like to understand a bit better. If I pull the injectors and put them in containers with the FD plunger at rest you mentioned no fuel should be delivered. Assuming you mean won't be delivered to the cylinders but I should see fuel delivered to the containers which will show which lines are working.

This test will show which lines/injectors are good vs. needing replacement.

As mentioned I believe I have 2 lines that are bad and will need replacing. Is it safe to assume that it didn't start due to only 4 cylinders receiving fuel and that after replacing the suspect parts no fuel will flood the engine as it should fire up at that point as all 6 cylinders will have fuel/fire.

I have removed all the plugs to dry out the cylinders. So I need to dump and replace the oil as well correct?
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