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Old 01-10-2013, 10:10 AM   #16
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Location: Durban South Africa
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If you're not in a rush - I'd have the injector out and professionally serviced. I just did mine - it's about $22 US

The shop replaced the o-rings, replaced the stock plastic screen which was noted as disintegrated with a stainless steel, tested it before and after, providing a report and of course cleaned it. It looked like it had just rolled out of the factory.

It's pretty easy to remove the injector - no need for a shop to do that

Regarding fuel pressure - the tech manual has the fuel pressure and flow rate in it as well as the test procedure. A shop should have the equipment to do the testing - but you should ask them if they have it as not all might.
Noted thank you
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