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Old 08-14-2012, 12:44 PM   #11
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put 6 new plugs and wires in again still doing the same thing and i can still smell the fuel when i first crank it over i did switch around the coils just didnt check the codes but when i drive it the check engine light blinks when you give it gas and i still need to check fuel pressure
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Check for a possible fuel leak around the #2 fuel injector.
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thank you i will i smell it the most from the 1st plug from the from the belt side of the engine closet to the firewall i dont see any fluid i just smell it
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thank you i will i smell it the most from the 1st plug from the from the belt side of the engine closet to the firewall i dont see any fluid i just smell it

Is that anywhere near the fuel pressure regulator?
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