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Old 05-17-1999, 11:01 PM
Benzmac
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Yes, replace the injectors and then reevaluate the situation. I also have seen the air plate sitting to high when the engine is not running. This will cause the engine to get a gulp of air before the fuel hits and then you have a lean condition. To rectify the problem there is a little pin on the top left of the housing that holds the fuel dist. Drive the pin inwards unitl there is 2mm of deflection in the plate. If the tech goes to far, the whole thing has to come off! BE CAREFUL!!!!!!

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