Q: Leak coming from fuel injector

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I see a leak coming from the fuel injector.

Hello. If you see a leak in a fuel injector the car should not be driven until repaired since fuel is flammable. Along with replacing the fuel injector, all of the O-rings on the other injectors should be replaced to avoid any further leaks from being disturbed.

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