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FUEL DUMPING INTO EXHAUST SYSTEM

Just did a tune up and the next morning it started and then started running rough, missing. Found fuel was being pump straight thru to the exhaust system. Checked fuel injection wire harness for any ground problems, found none. all continuity is good. Now they are sying I need new ECM. Paid to have it replaced 3 years ago can't believe its bad already. Any other thoughts on what problem is?

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Injector may be stuck open either mechanically or electricly

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