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Old 06-07-2001, 05:43 PM
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I would think it should. However, as I recall, I had to fight a bit to get evrything out and back in on mine. It's possible that one of your fuel lines is putting a slight sideways force on one of the injectors, preventing it from sealing properly. You can eliminate these seals as a possibility if you have access to oxy/acetylene torches. Idle the car, turn on the oxygen only on the torch, and quickly wave it near any suspect seals. A vacuum leak will announce itself with a quick increase in engine speed as the oxygen is sucked in. CAREFUL!!! Do not hold the oxygen near a leak as you can damage your engine if you continue to let the engine suck it in. Use this method to just QUICKLY identify the leak points.
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