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Can you blow air through injector bank if valve is there and at what pressure to use?

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2006-05-08 03:33:33
2006-05-08 03:33:33

I want to clarify if you are asking if you can blow air through a fuel injector? If this is your question, I am not really sure what you are going to gain by trying to do this. A fuel injector has a tiny valve inside that opens with an electrical pulse from the PCM. Even if you could open that valve, the passages inside the injector are the size of a pinprick. There is nothing to be gained in trying to blow air through an injector. You will not even be able to tell how much air is going through the injector, and how much air is going around the injector as you are doing this. If the injector will not clean up with injector cleaners, then it will require replacement.

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