Fuel injectors TBI

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Asked by Oct 18, 2018 at 11:53 AM about the 1995 Chevrolet C/K 1500 Silverado RWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I recently rebuild my TBI and cleaned it with carb
cleaner I didn't replace my injectors put everything
back as I took everything off even read the
instructions how to properly put it on in the right
torque it came with the new fuel pressure regulator
put that on as well my question is when I turn the
key to start the engine to Prime the vehicle gas will
flow out of my injectors no where else just out of
the injectors and it won't spray like a vibrating or no
air or whatever it just flows and drops out and it
feels up my bowls I was wondering if my injectors
are bad or if I am getting any power to my injectors
I know in the picture the power supply to the
injectors are unplugged but it doesn't matter if it's
plugged in or unplug it still acts the same

1 Answer

T the same thing happened to mine when I rebuild the throttle body on my truck the O-rings that go around the injectors where not seated correctly on mine and it was causing fuel to pass by the O- ring and flow straight out so just pop them back out get you some new O-rings rub a little bit of transmission fluid around the O- rings when you put them back in and you should be okay

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