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99 Ford Ranger flex fuel with plugged fuel injector

Runs like it has a plugged fuel injetor how do i find out if the injector is plugged?????

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They would need to be removed cleaned and bench tested.Considering the age of the vehicle id be suprised if it was an injector What are the symptoms your experiencing

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