I have a 1989 Camaro V 6 2.8 liter I'm getting raw fuel coming out of the front of a fuel injection system. Won't start backfires catches on fire. I was told it was my fuel regulator what do you think

Ernie Acosta

Asked by Jan 24, 2015 at 08:15 PM

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Jason Zane

if it was your regulator, it would be low fuel pressure. if it is flooded, it would be a stuck open injector. a missing ignition module can also cause that.

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