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Re: Audi GT fuel range (was: New member to list)
>If you have a CIS derivative system, I would see absolutely no reason to
>replace all of the injectors. If one is bad, replace it and only it.
>They are merely mechanical valve set to open at a given pressure. My
>local NAPA (ug!) store will flow-check injectors and also give them an
>extensive cleaning for a minimal fee.
Sounds like a good theory to me, but I seem to remember hearing somewhere
(and for the life of me I can't remember where...maybe it was European Car)
that if you are going to replace one injector, you should replace them all
since being of the same age (again, pure theory) if one has failed, the
others should/will soon. Brand new faulty injectors not withstanding of course.
Anyone have any input?