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About how long would you say it takes to pull injectors in our trucks and how does the fuel rail seperate from them?

Gonna take a shot that having them rebuilt will solve my issues and just not sure on how to remove them.
 

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Not a hard job at all the fuel rail must be un bolted from the intake and then lifted off of the injectors. Keep in mind to do this on a cool engine and be advise that there will be some fuel dripping.

Also remember to let the truck sit for a while prior to removing the fuel rail. This will help to bleed down the fuel pressure in the rail.

When reinstalling try not to whipe the injectors with a rag that will produce lent. The fuel under pressure will use the lent as a path of least resistance.

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Thanks Suavy,

So the rail is just bolted down tight on top of the injectors?
Release the bolts and up pops the rail?

Then the injectors are the same?,...just held in by the fuel rail?
 

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Taw said:
Thanks Suavy,

So the rail is just bolted down tight on top of the injectors?
Release the bolts and up pops the rail?

Then the injectors are the same?,...just held in by the fuel rail?
Yes thats correct, should only take about 30 min to remove.
 
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