[DML] Question - Removal of fuel injection system for clutch slave repla
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[DML] Question - Removal of fuel injection system for clutch slave replacement



Hi,

I gather from previous posts that replacing the clutch slave cylinder 
from above the engine is easiest if the fuel injection system 
components that block it are removed first.  If this is done, is it 
just a matter of putting everything back together afterwards or are 
there any special proceedures that have to be done as a result of 
dismantling the fuel components?  For example, does the fuel system 
lose pressure or have to be recalibratesd somehow?  I know very little 
about the fuel injection system & don't want to get in over my head if 
this will require much more than disassembly/re-assembly.

Thanks!
Glenn
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