MITSUBISHI PAJERO BLOWN HEAD GASKET PROBLEM
1994 Mitsubishi Pajero • 300,000 miles
Just put the heads back on after machining (blown head gasket) and it appears that I have a leak from the fuel injectors somewhere. Engine seems to be running pretty normally, but when I switch off and look at injectors, there seems to be a fine smoke-like mist hovering over parts of the inlet manifold near the injectors. Any clues? Or any suggestions about proper way to seat the injectors? Way of finding possible leaks?
March 5, 2013.
March 5, 2013.
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