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  1. Tell me exactly what doesnt make sense i tried to be as specific as possible. I think i have a bad injector. mechanic said fuel was leaking past the piston ring
  2. So basically, I wanted to find out what my rough idle was once the car was warmed up and he said it sounded like an air leak, he then proceeded to pour some water over the injector area. and when he got to the last injector he saw it was smoking after pouring the water and said the o ring inside needs to be replaced. I did get the injector out but the o-ring looks like brand new.
  3. Ok thanks, I had a leaky fuel injector according to a mechanic he sprayed it with water and we saw steam or something. I pulled out the injector and the seal looks in great condition, so thinking is it even the injector?
  4. Hey Ben, I was hoping to get your opinion on aftermarket fuel injector o-rings, do you think it's a bad idea?
  5. Oh man sorry to bother but one very last thing a while back i lost my fuel rail spacer and used a metal washer, can this cause injector leaks?
  6. Ah ok thanks, I just wanted to make sure when u put the key on the "on" positon, (before the cranking to turn the car on) that the spark plug doesnt actually fire up
  7. I would assume the crankshaft doesnt rotate until the car is on? thanks for the speedy response man. One other thing if i may ask can fuel injector spray out fuel without the return line hooked up?
  8. Hey all, so I can't find a guide on it but when you turn on the key to the "on" position (the one where all the electronics turn on, but not cranking the actual car) do the spark plugs fire up? or is it only when you actually crank the car the spark plugs fire? Also will the car turn to the "on" position with the coilpacks disconnected?
  9. If rings are seized it just might work? If they are snapped i would understand why it wouldnt
  10. So I was doing research on oil rings going bad they can either seize up or break. If they are seized do you think it's a terrible idea to fill every piston all the way to the top with seafoam and let it sit for a few days ( I will of course not start the car until on the cleaner is gone, and will change the oil before i start the car). Hydrolocking is the main concern of course, but should the seafoam completely dissolve after a few days of sitting?
  11. Yeah I think you're right. I can't visualise the whole process and if I can't it's probably a bad idea for me.
  12. Ah ok. I csnt find to find any COMPLETE guidea on this valve job. Know where i can find one?
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