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Old 08-16-2014
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2.3 floods when engine is killed!!

Ihave a '95 2wd with a 2.3. It's been a great truck but recently it will flood if I accidently kill it. It's a 5 speed so if I don't get it going and it dies the engine floods. I can smell gas and it won't start. If I let it sit for 30 minutes it fires right up. It idles low and a little rough, but I don't know if those problems are related. I've replaced the fuel filter and I've got plugs, wires, and an air filter to put in. Any ideas??
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you have 1 or 2 injectors that are probably stuck open
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