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Old 1st September 2020, 10:55   #11
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They will be good help, washers should turn up in the morning,
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Finally got round to fitting new injector today. Old one come out nice and easy and hole and was very clean, fitted new one, took a while to start First go, but now car starts straight away. thanks for the help,
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Finally got round to fitting new injector today. Old one come out nice and easy and hole and was very clean, fitted new one, took a while to start First go, but now car starts straight away. thanks for the help,[/QUO
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Hi Alex.
Nice to hear the old one came out easy, did you have the engine hot before removing ? also its a great feeling when you have change the injector and you hear the engine burst into life again cheers Arctic.
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Hi Alex.
Nice to hear the old one came out easy, did you have the engine hot before removing ? also its a great feeling when you have change the injector and you hear the engine burst into life again cheers Arctic.
Only yesterday I did this job for a friend, as an alternative to playing with my own car.........


I collected his car at two, drove it home (about 12 miles) and having had a conversation with another friend, it was decided to time the job.......the car was up and running from start to finish in 38 minutes !!!!!!


Whether or not I was lucky, who knows? but what I will say is after speaking to Mickyboy on Thursday following a leakback test (using a Mike Noc type test rig), three replacement injectors arrived on Saturday morning.......excellent service


It made a huge difference to see how others tackle the job, and the relief was palpable when the injectors simply pulled out with fingers once the clamp nuts were removed.
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Old 15th September 2020, 08:11   #15
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Whether or not I was lucky, who knows? but what I will say is after speaking to Mickyboy on Thursday following a leakback test (using a Mike Noc type test rig), three replacement injectors arrived on Saturday morning.......excellent service

I can't go taking the credit for the test rig Chris - it was copied from Marinabrian and his Frabtel Leakbacktesteromat3000.




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no engine was cold. it become lose the second removed the screws for the holder, just lucky i guess
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