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Old 04-25-2006, 02:59 PM   #1
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i dunno y, but as soon as i put my new fuel injectors in...my car wont hold fuel pressure anymore after i turn the car off, with my old ones the gauge would never go down. so when i start it...i have to crank it a lot longer/ crank it twice and then it starts.
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Bump because mine does the same thing?!?!
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Check your banjo bolt. Or it could be leaking somewhere. Park your car over a large peice of cardboard and check for leaks in the morning...
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Mine leaks from where the lil circle bolt goes on to the fuel rail....could that cause it to not fire up as easy?
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Old 04-27-2006, 05:00 PM   #6
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wtf? a banjo bolt? is that on the left side of the fuel rail?
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Mine leaks from where the lil circle bolt goes on to the fuel rail....could that cause it to not fire up as easy?
That little circle thingy is the banjo bolt.

Where the fuel line meets the rail is like this ring thing that slides oer the fuel lines, that is a banjo fitting, check to see if it is leaking.
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