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Seems fuel injectors are dumping fuel in and flooding.. won't start.. we get spark.. but flooding

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Over time the injectors will wear and leak . I have seen were after you get it started it is fine but if you let it sit for a while it is hard to start again.....If you plan to fix it I would recomend you replace ALL the injectors while you have it apart....I replaced 2 bad ones last week,then had to go back and fix another that was fine at that time..Will never just replace just one or 2 again. Do it right the first time !!!

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