How do I replace fuel injectors and hoses on 1984 Porsche 928. Thks in advance

Asked by Jul 10, 2013 at 03:42 PM about the 1984 Porsche 928 S Hatchback

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

injector leaking and needs replacing

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No.1 do think that you have to be German to work on these cars....No.2 this is a situation in which a delicate hand is needed...No.3 all surfaces must be cleaned new as the day they were first put there No.4 This isn't something that a guy tellin' you how to run the show could possible help...hope this helps~~judge_roy...bumped to No.3 position~

Is this a Jetronic-K?

here's a cartoon of a JetronicD 914 injector (so we know what it looks like)~

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Remove all 10 mm bolt at base off all injectors remove both fuel rail as an assembly Very carefully cut off the crimp fitting at the top and bottom of the fuel hose with a cutting wheel or similar tool remove hose replace with correct size fuel rated hose and clamp from your local parts store Easy job 4/5 h repair time $30 in parts For a larger expense have a local hydraulic hose shop install new cramp fitting Good luck

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