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Old 31 July 2014, 09:27   #1
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Help - etec injectors

I have fuel leaking out one of the injector pipes on my etec 175.

It's the pipe that connects into the injector have had a quick look but I can't seem to see how they connect.

I have the next week off to boat but now it's not looking good!

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Old 31 July 2014, 10:21   #2
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I hope I've found it. I guess the clip should be in this gap

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yes, that metal plate should retain the pipe. Have you had that out?
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No, never had it out - so its a little worrying as to how long its been broken.

I remember seeing staining on the block a long time ago but never worked out where from and thought it must of been before I owned it.

Looking at the service history its had an injector replaced - but that was a very long time ago now - worrying times but lucky it didn't bust into flames.

A little gutted though, as I got a little excited thinking it would be a whole lot quicker now it had a full fuel supply - but nope, its about the same
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Really lucky but to be honest they are a really tight tight fit even without the retainer.
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