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Posted by ty on April 26, 2002 at 06:44:39 from (208.165.220.197):

On the engine the injector nozzle has a rubber seal. One blew out probably from age. It runs no different no power loss. Just a annoying tis tis tis tis tis tis sound it makes unless I take a rag and cover it then it is fine. I tried to get the inj. out but won't budge. Even cranking the engine didn't pop it. So is there a way to get it off for replacement or could I use a RTV goop and use that? And I know that for the TA you move the lever fast I usually have the foot clutch in because of changing gears and in H3 and 4 it so jumpy when I engage it so I do it with the clutch in. I doubt it matters as long as the TA lever is moved quickly.

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