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1994 Chevy Camaro, 3.4, V6

O rings on fuel injectors do not seal. Have replaced with original parts twice. Gas fumes are too much. What can I do now?

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Are you sure that the fuel injectors were clean when you replaced the o-ring or maybe there is still a piece of o-ring left inside the fuel injector port if this still does not work then replace o-ring with two rings a smaller o-ring and a larger one

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I have a 1991 Isuzu Rodeo with a V6. When I take the air cleaner off I can see gas leaking from some sort of modulator or something just to the right at the very top.


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The V6 , it has a real name.
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The GM is the LG6 engine, GM name.
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and the injector does have seals and can leak.
buy a seal kit and put it in,.
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the book shows how to do this, (at mitchells) log in, and read?





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the steps. are clear.
he engine is equipped with 2 fuel injectors; both are located in the throttle body.
  1. Relieve the fuel pressure. (ask)
  2. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
  3. Remove the air cleaner.
  4. At the injector electrical connectors, squeeze the 2 tabs together and pull them straight upward.
  5. Remove the fuel meter cover and leave the cover gasket in place.
  6. Using a small prybar, carefully pry the injectors upward until they are free of the throttle body.
  7. Remove the small O-ring from the nozzle end of the injector. Carefully rotate the injector's fuel filter back-and-forth to remove it from the base of the injector.
  8. Discard the fuel meter cover gasket.
  9. Remove the large O-ring and back-up washer from the top of the counterbore of the fuel meter body injector cavity.

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  • Park the Camaro on a flat, level surface and set the parking brake. Open the hood and secure it in place with the hood prop. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
  • Open the gas tank to relieve pressure on the fuel lines.
  • Remove the sight shield from the fuel injector with a socket wrench. Loosen the screws on the hose clamps and disconnect the fuel lines connected to the injectors. Keep a rag handy to catch any fuel that leaks.
  • Disconnect the vacuum hose and ignition coil wire, then unplug the electrical connectors. Remove the fuel injector mounting bolts, undo the retaining clips and remove the fuel injectors.
  • Put a thin coat of engine oil on the new fuel injector's O-ring. Place the O-ring in position, install the new fuel injectors and secure the retaining clips. Install the mounting bolts with a torque wrench set at seven pounds.
  • Plug the electrical connectors back into the fuel injectors. Reconnect the vacuum hose and ignition coil wire. Connect the fuel lines and tighten the hose clamps with a screwdriver to secure them in place. Bolt the sight shield in place with a socket wrench.
  • Place the gas cap back on. Reconnect the negative battery cable



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