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Intake manifold fills up with gas have changed the fuel pump air intake sensor fuel filter and pcm

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You must have a problem with the fuel injection system The gas is leaking out after the fuel pump but before it gos throught the injectors and ending up in the intake manifold It could be one of the lines has split or some how become dislouged inside the intake manifold That the olny thing i can think of that could cause this to acure

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