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Have 1991 Pontiac Firebird 3.1 engine replaced fuel and fuel injectors and now the gas in filling up the oil pan overnight while not running.

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The o-rings on the injectors have torn....I have seen this happen before,,
The o-rings keep fuel from going into engine...You will have to remove injectors and replace the o-rings...all of them....Get some vaseline or electrical lube and coat the o-rings with it so they will become slick and install them very slow and carefully twist it slightly left to right while pushing in slightly until contact....Then change the oil of course...You have to be very careful.
I hope this helps.....................................................Metalpoet......Level 2 certified tech.

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Auto choke is stuck open unplug and try

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