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Old 11-27-2011, 11:18 AM   #1
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Default injector id

Can anyone tell me how to identify the injectors on this civic,need stock inj.dont know what is on engine,constantly growing oil,in other words the oil level rises if and when we get it started,the fuel system is flooding the engine with fuel.I believe we have high flow injectors and need stock.
Would there be any other reason the fuel would be flooding the engine?
Engine is D16Y8,has ecm P28,converted from obd to obd1
engine from 99 honda model unknown,has intake from earlier year also unknown,engine is in 91 civic hatchback;thanks Geeze
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Old 12-01-2011, 09:37 PM   #2
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Come on guys an dolls hasn't some one had this problem before? I have a 3406b model Caterpillar diesel that did this but that is a different system and was easy to diagnose cause of course I'm old school and tasted the oil and it was bitter,or did you know thats the quickest way to test for fuel in oil?rebuilt inj pump fixed that,but this is different its like a cummins diesel and has a fuel rail.before I can worry about other prob's I goota stop the gas in oil situ' daughters car,boyfriend built it.Now she tells me it could be caused by a cracked head or block and I aint buyin that cause I cant see where the fuel would enter the lube system because of that!!How bout some ideas,Geeze
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