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Old 01-28-2002, 05:08 PM
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fuel injector

How big of a job is it to change out a fuel injector on a 280se 4.5? I have an injector that seems to be leaking at the electrical connection. While I was at it I thought I would replace all of the upper(attached to fuel line) hoses, and the lower(under the bracket)rubber rings. I noticed 6 of my injectors upper hoses are held on by an upper and lower clamp, while 2 of my injectors only have an upper clamp; and, seems to be attached to the injectors at the lower potion of the upper hose.
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Old 01-28-2002, 09:14 PM
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Changing the injectors is preety straight forward. It is best to get the fuel line kit. You will need upper/lower orings. The hardest part is figuring out if it is a CA or federal car. Fast lane has the parts.
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