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Hoppy

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Also sending the fuel injectors to Fuel Injector Man. How do I disconnect the orange coil wire from the injector plug? Just pull it off of the plug?
GEB

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Originally Posted by Hoppy
Also sending the fuel injectors to Fuel Injector Man. How do I disconnect the orange coil wire from the injector plug? Just pull it off of the plug?


Hi,
Ref RandyB post in this discussion
https://www.etecownersgroup.com/post/orange-wire-on-fuel-injector-8080258
Cheers
GEB

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Hoppy

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Now I have found that as I was taking #6 injector off, the nipple for the fuel rail assembly broke off in the injector!!!!! Could this be caused by the crappy ethanol gas we have to use or could the tech that installed the new #6 injector last year cause this. I have found quite a bit of stuff wrong but, I’m thinking I’m on the right track to getting my problem fixed.......
Huey

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You are asking questions that no one can answer, like did the tech break the nipple, who knows, but at the end of the day having things like stripped screws, broken fuel fittings, loose bolts etc is never good so fix what you find, send the injectors to the professional then do the fuel pressure and vacuum checks that have been spoken about on here many times. Also, a thank-you to people like GEB that went to the trouble to direct you straight to your last question about the way to remove the plug is common courtesy. The search function here works very well.
Hoppy

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I really do want to thank everyone for the time and help. I’m not a tech, and I think when people “at least when I joined this group” are fed up and are having trouble with techs listening or taking the time to fix the problem and are tired of pissing money away just to try to find another tech to tell them the same thing with no out come. I panicked, and didn’t know if the VST can be retapped or will I need to spend over $400 to replace a techs screw up. And I didn’t know if the tech might have kinked it and made it weak for the injector or if the gas we use and age could have made it brittle....... Two years I have been putting up with this so if my questions are getting on your nerves I’ll not ask another one for you to just be an ass!!!!!!!! Again thanks to the ones that have sent me to the right direction and taking the time to answer my questions......
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No you are wrong, I do not let people who can not fix their own stuff get on my nerves. If I can not fix something myself and someone offers help without asking for money I thank them, but that is just me. Name-calling too, wow OK.
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