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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 13-08-2013, 23:44 Thread Starter
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Injector 3 leak off pipe.

As you look at the engine injector 3, the pipe that comes off the leak off pipes where do this go? Runs down the front of the block, is it a return? Mine has a pin hole in it and looks a right nall ache to change as i can't see where it goes

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it goes to

the return to the pump easy job matter of Seconds
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How do I get the other end of it pal?
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Sorted lol

Didn't see the other end was as easy to get at.
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New leak off pipes are on my TO DO LIST.

That's was the one that was worrying me too, so looking at what been said its a fairly easy job to change all 4 of them ?

What do I need to buy - is it worth changing to silicone hose and how much is needed ?
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Silicone will go soft, and fall off/leak pretty rapidly

Just grab some leak-off pipe from ebay, cut to length, and push on May need to use a bit of effort to get the old ones off, as the rubber will have gone hard (I just use wire cutters to get them off)


Takes all of a minute to do the lot
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