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Q: Possible fuel injector leak

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There might be a fuel leak from the fuel injector.

Hello. If you believe that a fuel injector is leaking, the vehicle should not be driven and repaired as soon as possible since fuel is flammable. You should get the aid of a mechanic to perform an inspection to determine if it is a fuel injector, o-ring, or fuel pressure damper.

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