Q: Injector stuck open

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I had my vehicle fixed, and now injector two is stuck wide open.

A faulty injector will need to be replaced, and the misfire faults cleared, in the engine computer. My recommendation is to have a mechanic, such as one from YourMechanic, replace the injector, and clear the faults in the engine computer.

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