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s5uewf s5uewf is offline
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Perhaps also get a small articulating mirror and a small bright light. This will let you look into areas you cannot see directly into.

You may want to disconnect the coil to avoid any sparks and turn the key to run the pumps. If the leak is on the pressure side of your system between the pumps and the fuel head, it should leak at that time. If no leaks show, then if there is a leak it must be between the fuel head and the injectors, if my logic is correct.

I have smelled strong fuel odors before when engine was flooded. Is it possible you have no leaks but have only flooded the engine?

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