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Replacing the o rings on a 95 chevy s10 2.2

Replacing the o rings on a 95 chevy s10 2., you can smell gas after truck has been running. where is the fuel injectors located.

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You have to take the upper Plenum off. There are hard plastic lines there that are common failure items. They get brittle and crack, they also can leak fuel into you oil. Its commonly known as the spider assy. It can only be bought as an assy. It is a fairly envolved job. Difficulty level 4 of 5.

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The Injectors are right there in opening of the throttle body. There are not individual injectors for each cylinder.
There 2 or 4 injectors that spray the gas right on top the throttle plate. The entire manifold is filled with the gas/air mixture.

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