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Fuel injector leaks

My fuel injector leaks. I had to remove it and when I put it back in, it now leaks. (the one in the front on the passenger side). HELP!!!!!!

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Its not seated properly push down on it until it slips into place youll kn ow when this happens itll feel like it slipped into a tight hole. if it is seated properly then you will have to remove it and replace the ring seal around the bottom of it it looks like like a rubber o-ring.the old may be split this happens sometimes especially if it has never been removed.

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