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Old 12-22-2010, 01:53 PM
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Welcome to the Z. The problem with injected systems is when you run them dry they tend to suck up all the nasty stuff in the bottom of the tank and it gets sent everywhere.

Could be clogged filter or injectors or both. Most likely the filter is in the tank with the fuel pump, which means dropping the tank because it comes in through the top. Not to hard to do if the tank is empty, but a real pain if its not.

As for the injectors, I don't know how to clean those out other than running some fuel treatment like SeaFoam through the system. In fact before I did anything, I'd SeaFoam it. You can get it at your local parts store.

We have a lot of forums for all kinds of topics, so you shouldn't have any problems finding a place to post questions.

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