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Posted: Mon Oct 02, 2006 9:30 pm 
Parts Gopher

Age: 32

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Joined: 15th May 2005

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Location: bundaberg
QLD, Australia

just 2 'O' rings and filter basket per injector. also a bit of vaseline smeared on the orings makes it easy to put in and less risk of twist seal causeing leak.

also another test for a air leak is have the eingine running and spray carby cleaner around the gaskets on the inlet side if the revs change at all u have a air leak, which cause also feel like a miss firing or fuel surging
Posted: Tue Oct 03, 2006 9:05 am 
Stock as a Rock

Posts: 156

Joined: 15th Jun 2006

Ride: XH Ute

Location: Leinster
WA, Australia

Thanks for all the tips and advice. As my vehicle has done in excess of 300 k i am going to treat it to a new set of injectors. Petroject can supply set of new Bosch for around $270 which sounds fair. Will flush out all lines at the same time and fit (another) new fuel filter.
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