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Old 12-06-2017, 09:33 PM   #1
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I cant seem to get the injectors to go easily into the fuel rail. The back injector wont go in any suggestions to get them in.
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I used di-electric grease on the o-rings because it's what I had handy. Seems to be OK.
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I use dielectric grease or plumbers silicone grease . Give em a little twist and push and they will seat .
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So i have to put them on the rail first?
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So i have to put them on the rail first?
Yes. I struggled with that and messed up the o rings. Put them in the rail first

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