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I have a dodge dakota with a 2.5 enigine it is dumping gas threw the intake/throtle body.

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Check and make sure o-rings are good inside where fuel injector sits in, if ok check injector pulsation at injector harnness with noid-lite while cranking engine. If both ok more then likely bad fuel injector

Posted on Nov 17, 2009

  • Alexander Mimun
    Alexander Mimun Nov 18, 2009

    One more thing while check injector pulsation with noid-lite and engine cranking watch for light to flash, if flashing o.k.

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