[DML] Re: Injectors
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[DML] Re: Injectors

Thanks for the replies guys. As a matter of fact, the car runs great. 
Usually I'm here writing about how horrible it runs. But no, for days 
now it's been running fine. The spray pattern looks good [even on the 
leakiest one], I just think the injector valve isn't sealing properly 
when the car is shut off. And yes, I know the fuel distributor is not 
pressurizing the lines with the car off; but there's still pressure in 
the injectors and injector lines. I would imagine that the control 
plunger would keep the fuel from draining out of the fuel distributor 
and whole system, but..? My entire system drains, from the accumulator 
back. My system held the rest pressure great BEFORE I replaced the 
fuel distributor and CPR so I know the accumulator is good and check 
valve in the tank is good [besides, I just put a new valve in this 
April]. The only thing I notice leaking are the injectors- one more 
then the others is the injector #2 cylinder. I pull the injector out, 
wipe it down and can watch the fuel seep out and soak the injector 
tip. It will eventually flood the tip [if held upside-down] or drip 
[if held right side up]. I also notice my oil level rising on the 
stick?..-----Dani B. #5003

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