Question about 1993 Chevrolet Corsica
No its not an injector
Change the Fuel Pressure Regulator about 100.00 dollars... to check if the fuel pressure regulator is messed up just pull the vaccum line of the fuel pressure regulator.. turn the key on and try to start it..if gas comes out of vacuum line.. change the regulator..
From The BigFatty
Posted on Sep 29, 2009
Yes, most likely cause is an injector is stuck. The real problem is that you are removing the oil from the upper engine and it's protection with this issue.
Fix it forthwith, and when done, change the oil...it has been diluted by fuel...
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