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    injector removal and fogging

    hey guys i have never pulled the injectors and want to to fog how do you get them out? and my plan is spray some in the spark pulg holes into the cylinders and injectors and maybe some in the intake while its running is this right? thanks alot.


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    Two Torx (star shaped) screws hold the fuel injector rail in place, remove them and GENTLY pull the rail and three injectors out. You may need to unplug the spark plug coils (easy)

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    Youll need to unplug the injectors from the wire loom,undo the fuel rail via the two bolts holding it to the intake manifold,Then slowly pull the rail up and set to the side.(the injectors will still be attached to the rail)Spray your fogging oil into each injector hole.Put a rag over the holes and turn the motor over a couple times,Spray a bit more oil into the holes,put your rail back on and and then turn it over a couple more times again,then connect the injector plugs and you should be good to go..

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    Hold the throttle WIDE OPEN to prevent the injector from spraying fuel while turning the motor over

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    Quote Originally Posted by sportsterme View Post
    Hold the throttle WIDE OPEN to prevent the injector from spraying fuel while turning the motor over

    If he unplugs the injectors which he more than likely is gonna have to do to get the fuel rail out of the way,this wont happen...BUT if he doesnt...Then yes hold your thottle in the Wide open position to avert fuel being sprayed everywhere..

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    ok sounds good. a how to with pictures would be a good sticky.

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    dont see the fogging oil in jerrys store anybody know where to get some? i guess seadoo would be the way to go brand wise?

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    Any auto parts store. We carry the Gold Eagle brand, same company that makes Sta-bil.

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    Post AMSOIL Engine Fogging Oil & Procedure

    Quote Originally Posted by rxp12 View Post
    dont see the fogging oil in jerrys store anybody know where to get some? i guess seadoo would be the way to go brand wise?
    I use AMSOIL Engine Fogging Oil. Directions on can (modified for pwc).

    1. Start engine on hose.
    2. Running at fast idle, spray Amsoil fogging oil into throttle body for 10 seconds.
    2.1 Shut off the water!
    3. Shutdown engine immediately upon completetion of spraying.
    4. Remove spark plugs, spray 5 seconds into each spark plug hole.
    5. Full throttle (Flood Mode) slowly turn over engine several times.
    6. Replace spark plugs.

    NO NEED to remove injectors!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Done!
    Last edited by jpt7779; 11-24-2009 at 09:01 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jpt7779 View Post
    1. Start engine on hose.
    2. Running at fast idle, spray Amsoil fogging oil into throttle body for 10 seconds.
    3. Shutdown engine immediately upon completetion of spraying.
    4. Remove spark plugs, spray 5 seconds into each spark plug hole.
    5. Full throttle (Flood Mode) slowly turn over engine several times.
    6. Replace spark plugs.
    7. Turn off hose, and then pump all the water out of the motor ...

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