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Fuel licking...

Hi everyone, i have a 1994 4x4 4.0 stick ranger, but when i run the engine i see a fuel licking behind the sparks, on the right side of the motor. The fuel rail donīt leaks gas.Does any off touy con tell me what happen whit my engine,
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Um, better english? I can't understand anything you just typed.
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Sorry for my bad English man. I will try again. ok, lets see...The engine of my truck has an escape of gas in the left side, the gas remains in the middle of the spark plugs. The fuel rail does not throw gas.
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