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Do you use the little allen screws next to the injector unions on the fuel head - seems to me that is what they are for?
I managed to check the previous flow in the engine, but like every other job in there, it is a squeeze. I don't have any spare injector lines, or even union fittings. I will probably have to try and do it in engine.
Would be really useful if someone with professional CIS expertise could clarify some of the mysteries of these things. For instance why has the 930 fuel head seemingly no constriction damping. Is it supposed to rely solely on one light spring?
What type of aberrant behaviour would cause such violent spasms in the air plate as mine is suffering. If I knew the cause I could zero in on the solution.
Old 12-02-2007, 09:17 AM
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