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JFairman JFairman is offline
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Take all 6 injectors out and stick them in 12oz ribbed plastic bottles.
A 6 pack of bottled water is a good source for the plastic bottles.

Now turn on the fuel pumps and press down on the airflow sensor plate and look for fuel spraying into the plastic bottles.
Push it down all the way to get maximum flow from the head and injectors.

This is so easy to do, and there's no other better way to check the fuel head and injector(s) flow on the car.

I can't believe your "tech" would suggest going to the expense and time waiting for a rebuilt or replacement fuel head. If he wants to do that without this simple test all I can say is he doesn't have a clue and go to someone else.

Sitting for a couple few months will not likely do a thing to your fuel head like clog one of the 6 differential valve ports or orifice's but messing with all those ignition parts you mentioned could easily cause the probelm your having.
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