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    Default Re: 2.7t Leaking Fuel Injectors Below -30C...Solution Found!

    Quote Originally Posted by R_Ethug View Post
    hey colin. i paid for mine so i'll get them from your shop this week

    PS.. i need to bring my AR into CAW for some some small items pm me
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    Default Re: 2.7t Leaking Fuel Injectors Below -30C...Solution Found!

    haha yes there are

    both front CVs are about to crack so easy to replace now
    fuel filter needs to be replaced because it doesn't like to start sometimes and i know it needs to be replaced
    and i need a new flex joint welded on the one down pipe so it doesn't sound like a dirt bike

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    Default Re: 2.7t Leaking Fuel Injectors Below -30C...Solution Found!

    The last of the spoken-for rings were sent out on the weekend (thanks Colin!) so everyone should have their stuff soon. Let me know if you're missing any.

    Thanks again everyone.
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    Default Re: 2.7t Leaking Fuel Injectors Below -30C...Solution Found!

    Still have some here at the shop to that need to be picked up.

    I personally have some extras too for those of you who missed out.
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    Default Re: 2.7t Leaking Fuel Injectors Below -30C...Solution Found!

    I also still have 60+ available
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    Default Re: 2.7t Leaking Fuel Injectors Below -30C...Solution Found!

    Finally an answer!!!

    Please let me know how I can get in on the Fluorosilicone fix!

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    I have 65 left, let me know if you are interested

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    Default Re: 2.7t Leaking Fuel Injectors Below -30C...Solution Found!

    All quiet here. Has anyone installed these yet? I'm tackling it tomorrow, first time working on the injectors. Wish me luck!
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    Default Re: 2.7t Leaking Fuel Injectors Below -30C...Solution Found!

    I haven't yet. Should really get on it though. Probably wont do it again till I start smelling gas.

    Wasn't bad on the 2.8, don't recall the 2.7 being much more difficult. Few more parts to take off.
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    Default Re: 2.7t Leaking Fuel Injectors Below -30C...Solution Found!

    i haven't done either of mine yet too but will maybe tackle this winter if they want to leak but both cars have new OEM ones from last year

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    Default Re: 2.7t Leaking Fuel Injectors Below -30C...Solution Found!

    I should be doing mine this week sometimes hopefully
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    Default Re: 2.7t Leaking Fuel Injectors Below -30C...Solution Found!

    Yes, they fit perfectly, no issues.


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    Default Re: 2.7t Leaking Fuel Injectors Below -30C...Solution Found!

    How long did it take you?
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    Camera Re: 2.7t Leaking Fuel Injectors Below -30C...Solution Found!

    I replaced mine today. Took about three hours. I used this DIY from AW: http://www.audiworld.com/forums/a6-s.../#post24615548

    I work slowly so no doubt others could do this in half the time. I used 7/32 hose clamps to replace the OEM pinchy-type clamps I mangled while removing them.

    I also noticed how dirty the injectors were! Here's before:
    Lots of crud around the mounting surface of the o-ring. This is the end that goes into the port. by ansonchappell, on Flickr

    And after a little TLC with brake cleaner:
    Fuel injector after cleaning by ansonchappell, on Flickr

    Fuel rail off, this took some leveraging to unseat the injectors:
    New o-rings installed on the left by ansonchappell, on Flickr

    New o-ring left, old right. by ansonchappell, on Flickr

    Borrowed from the DIY. This shows how many little suction, supply, and various and sundry have to be unhooked.
    fuel rail by ansonchappell, on Flickr

    Overall it went really well.
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    Default 2.7t Leaking Fuel Injectors Below -30C...Solution Found!

    Quote Originally Posted by N'Syncro View Post
    How long did it take you?
    About 15 minutes, including cleaning the area around the injectors before taking them out and continuing the cleaning and replacement of the o-rings.

    It's not rocket science....

    This in on a 1.8t.


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