Question about 1988 Nissan Stanza
Does the position of the rail hold the line under tension? car is a skyline not a stanza but there is no skyline on the list.
SOURCE: Fuel rails/injectore removal
they just pull out, replace the O ring seals on each injector before reinstalling, also put Vaseline on the O ring seals before installing them to prevent damage.
Posted on Feb 16, 2009
SOURCE: Fuel injectors leak at fuel rail
Get some new O-rings, and this time put oil on them before you insert them into the fuel rail. The regulator is alright.The problem is that the o-rings can roll up, or twist when push em in dry. Had this problem once, easy fix, but was frustrating.
Posted on Mar 30, 2009
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The answer is... Yes you can... All it requires is patience and skills. You'd need to squeeze the engine in your car. This might require you to cut some chassis parts in your engine bay just to accommodate such big and powerful engine. Best wishes with the engine swap buddy.
Thanks. Have a good one.
Posted on Nov 09, 2009
All injectors need to have a tight seal at the bottom, because otherwise vacuum will leak. I believe they should look in general like an O-ring. Some injectors also have a plastic hood to reduce damage or build up, but that is not essential. The seal is. Some seals are thicker and more squared off then just an O-ring. It is also equally important that old seals are not left behind in the manifold when you take out the injector. Seals should always be replaced. A height mismatch usually means missing or redundant seals.
Posted on Jan 20, 2010
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