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Need 7.3 help asap

Ok need some help while changing my injectors I'm trying to clear the cylinders I sucked the cylinders out with a seringe and turned the motor by hand so after that was done I bumped to over with the key and I'm still getting a bunch of fuel coming out. Can somebody tell me where the fuel is coming from? No injectors in and the injector harness is out. I will say this doing one side at a time so I'm on passenger and driver is all hooked up still
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do both sides at once.

pull injectors, put valve covers back on hand tight.

bump starter a few times and your good.

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Lol. Unhook your IDM plug on the driver side. Big square plug with 11mm bolt. That will kill the fuel pump.

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Can I just pull fuse pump fuse? Should do the same thing huh. And you taking about the other plug on valve cover
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It will, but you have to remove the plug anyway when you do the driver side.

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Well I got it put back together and now I hear a slight knock any ideas
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Could it be maybe the injectors didn't seat? I got them in and tapped them with a mallet and I could hear them bottom out and I torqued to spec
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Could it be maybe the injectors didn't seat? I got them in and tapped them with a mallet and I could hear them bottom out and I torqued to spec
Thats air in the oil system it will take about 45 of highway driving to get it bled out.

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