Flooding with fuel

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Flooding with fuel

Postby Guest » Tue Jun 03, 2003 11:19 pm

I have an 88'GT 2.8L V6. I really like this car but now I can't get it to run. The engine gets immediately flooded with fuel at start up. I have tried a new pressure regulator which didn't change anything. I then installed a used fuel distribution system from a friend(rails,reg&inj for $20 :) ). Still same problem. I can get the engine to run OK by pinching the fuel supply off and it even revs good, which tells me that computer should be Ok. I can also get it to start for a short bit by disconnecting the fuel injector control plug(main). That tells me that system is no leaking fuel in. I'm sorry I have no codes at this time to help but I would still much appreciate any clues

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Flooding with fuel

Postby rweatherford » Wed Jun 04, 2003 8:28 am

Take the fuel rail out and set it on top of the engine with everything plugged in.  Turn on the key and look for leaky injectors.

You could have a wire in the harness grounded causing the injectors to stay open.


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