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      12-10-2012, 08:53 PM   #1
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Question HELP PLEASE - removal of electrical connector on file injectors

OK - Not too hard to pull fuel rail off the engine on my M but the electrical connections on all the 6 cylinders are on with a little clip shaped like a box under all the protusions on the injectors.

Is there an easy way to get these damn things off other than pulling or tugging EVERY metal clip on every injector. I get one off and when I move down the rails to the next one it clips back on.

There has to be a wrench out there somewhere that has done this before
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      01-23-2013, 10:53 PM   #2
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Did you find out how to take your injectors already? I've been looking for a diagram on how to take the fuel injectors out
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Fuel injectors.

Nope but did it and replaced them all @ After you unbolt the file rail you sort of lift it straight up and rock it slightly form end to end and the injectors come out of the holles Lift it up a bit and aside and you can see the U shaped retainer clips that hold them on the rail - you have to get a little pick inside the side and pull it out a bit - like a dental explorer if you know what they look like once the clips away from the back they come off like a staple but be careful cause if they flip away - good luck finding them.

I had to save the o-rings off the stock injector and good thing - they are very expensive for rubber circle s- like over a buck something each..
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Thanks for the post I already change my fuel injector now the problem is its still the same.. :/
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Whats the problem ???
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