Fuel injector, replace tip cover, or just seals? 240 '86

Discussion in 'Volvo 240' started by DL152279546231, Oct 10, 2004.

  1. My parts store sells a Bosch fuel injector seal kit for my '86 240 which
    includes 4-5 pieces, 3 seals, a small gray round plastic thing which looks like
    a spacer, and a plastic cap with a pin hole in it which I believe covers the
    end of the injector. Do I need all of these parts, should I use them or just
    leave them alone if I am trying to stop a fuel leak on one injector?
     
    DL152279546231, Oct 10, 2004
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    Vic Guest

    where is the injector leaking? where it meets the fuel rail?

    Vic Ithaca, NY
     
    Vic, Oct 11, 2004
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    James Sweet Guest

    A fuel leak? As in into the injector or is it leaking and flooding the
    intake?

    I replaced the caps on some injectors recently just because the kit came
    with new ones, probably wouldn't bother unless the originals were cracked or
    otherwise damaged though.
     
    James Sweet, Oct 16, 2004
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