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Changing Gaskets On Fuel Injectors

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You mean the o-ring?

The injectors are just held in to the fuel ring pipe with a clip.

Correct...o-ring does the whole left/ right bank come out at one time or just one injector at a time...is this easy to do...hate

to start and take longer than I have that day....thanks

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You mean the o-ring?

The injectors are just held in to the fuel ring pipe with a clip.

Correct...o-ring does the whole left/ right bank come out at one time or just one injector at a time...is this easy to do...hate

to start and take longer than I have that day....thanks

You'll lift out one bank or side at a time. It's worth replacing both, upper and lower o-rings while in there. It has been some time since I replaced ours, but one side was particularly challenging to access(passenger maybe). Make sure you note or scribe the depth at which the o-ring and injector is set into the head. There is another ring slot that the seal can go on which might screw up the setting. Other then that, its fairly straight forward. The task took me the day, but I'm getting old. You'll be surprised how much better the car runs(and starts) afterwards.

regards

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I have it planned for 07/05/2010....Thanks

You mean the o-ring?

The injectors are just held in to the fuel ring pipe with a clip.

Correct...o-ring does the whole left/ right bank come out at one time or just one injector at a time...is this easy to do...hate

to start and take longer than I have that day....thanks

You'll lift out one bank or side at a time. It's worth replacing both, upper and lower o-rings while in there. It has been some time since I replaced ours, but one side was particularly challenging to access(passenger maybe). Make sure you note or scribe the depth at which the o-ring and injector is set into the head. There is another ring slot that the seal can go on which might screw up the setting. Other then that, its fairly straight forward. The task took me the day, but I'm getting old. You'll be surprised how much better the car runs(and starts) afterwards.

regards

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