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Old 02-28-2011, 06:44 AM
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Fuel FLow Problem

I know its not really considerd a Hotrod but I am very patienent about the older model cars wanna have my shop one day. However I have a 82 Z-28 that i bought that needed a new transmission. I have the tranny in and everything but the rear injector of the 305 HO seems to be eaither cloged or just not working. I am on a very tight budget to get this car finished and sold. Is there anyway to rebuild these older model injectors?

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You should be able to pull it out and soak it in some cleaner. May not clear out the really stubborn stuff but its worth a try.
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