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Old 12-26-2007, 11:13 AM   #1
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After asking you guys about my truck problem I got up early this moring and started working on the truck i got the breather box off and now starting to take the feul injection off. so this leads to my Q. how on earth do I take that Feul injection unit off i got 5-6 bolts out on it and it still isnt comming out ...I wonder how this comes out.

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