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    Keep in mind that, if you have to troubleshoot the injectors, they do NOT operate at 12 volts. Operating them for a period of time at 12 volts can burn them out. Check your service manual.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris310X View Post
    I rebuilt a 260x 2 years ago. Make sure you have spark first. Carefully pull out a plug and put it in the coil plug and ground it on a shiny bolt on your valve cover. If you got spark then check for fuel actually spraying out of the injectors. All 4 of my injectors were not spraying just from sitting too long. I checked this by leaving the fuel supply line connected to the rail but I removed the entire rail off from the head and had all 4 injectors out in the air. If you put the key in and the fuel pump primes and then you go to crank the motor and it doesn't spray out the injectors then they are seized up and need to be freed up.
    Maybe like you say because they siting in the shelf for 1 year from 6 Jan 2019 until today I install everything and try to start it with ''bAt'' sign in the cluster.

    I will check tomorrow morning if there is spark or not and I will check the fuel is coming or not

    Thank you Chris

    and stave<<< for your notice about injector

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    I check today the coil all have spark. The problem is fuel pump not prime gasoline to the injectors and now I try to remove the fuel pump to check it

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    Here how is my fuel pump screen and fuel tank look like, Now I will check it with 12 v battery after clean it







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    Here's a link for a replacement sock: https://www.highflowfuel.com/i-23908...9040-0748.html

    Lacquer thinner will dissolve the junk in the tank. You'll probably need to flush the injectors, etc. with lacquer thinner, too.

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    No problem man. You are another step closer to finishing. Once you get that fuel pump and tank fixed and cleaned you should be good.

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    I check the fuel pump and it's not working and the coil is short

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    Time to order a new fuel pump then. The way the old one was looking even if it functioned I wouldn’t risk it. Might as well just clean tank out 100% and drop a new pump in for reliability

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    PM sent on the Fuel pump

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    New fuel pump $75.00
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