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did injectors in my 7.3 and im dumb

did 2 injectors in my truck alotta oil and fuel went in the cylinder, now i need to get it out whats the best method? im going back at it first thing in the morning and i need help

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suck out what you can, pull the fuel pump fuse, unplug injector harnesses (so the truck doesnt try and crank up) and crank the truck over a few times. id recommmend covering the holes or youll have oil ALL over the truck/shop/engine/etc.

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Pulling the IDM relay is the easiest way to prevent starting, pulling those two cylinders Glow Plugs is the easiest hole to create a place for the oil to go...
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