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88 13B, flooding, low compression
Submitted by gatewayguys on Saturday, October 14, 2006 - 7:09am

yeah, we have one thats flooding, wont start, did a compression test, front rotor at 60, rear at 90, did coolant pressure test- it holds pressure. gonna try the heating of the plugs with the torch. at this point, gonna try anything. any thoughts?

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did the heating of the plugs,
October 14, 2006 - 7:33am
did the heating of the plugs, didnt work. oh yea, i already replaced the primary injectors (the ones under the intake). now we have fuel dripping out of the exhaust. also replaced air meter with remanufactured one. 90,000 or 190,000 on engine. its an 88, so probably 190. who knows? anyways, were pullin our hair on this one. HELP!!!!
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