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93 Cavalier spraying lots of fuel.

I just put the head back in the car and it wont start i pullled the plugs and started it and the # 1 cylinder is spraying tons of fuel out of it whats causing this?

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  • Ron szarafinski May 11, 2010

    disconnect the injecter wire to #1 cylinder let me know what happens, if it quits then see if the wiring is pulsing like on off on off.

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What exactly is happening if you have a spark plug out of a cylinder you will get fuel out of it? is fuel leaking? are O-rings replaced and use silicone to lube them NOT OIL! oil destroys rubber O-rings.
even if there are wire problems you should not get fuel leaking anywhere. fix your fuel leak first. this can cause a vacuum problem and GMs dont like vacuum leaks.

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