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Remove Oil from Single Injector Hole

Most of the directions about injector R&R talk about starting with the far back cylinder for the oil to train into. When just doing 1 injector whats the right way to do it? I will be putting in a new injector on cylinder #3, I removed the two oil rail drain plugs under the cylinder (stripped them both, anybody got a part number?) and let the oil drain for about an hour. Then pulled the injector. I know oil/fluid went down. Do I just suck whats out from that cylinder?

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You can just suck the oil out from that cylinder (I use a MightyVac). After sucking it out and installing the injector, I like to leave the glowplug out and rotate the engine by hand a few revolutions using a wrench on the crank bolt just to make sure it won't hydrolock. Here a part number for the plug:

Oil Rail Drain Plug (under valvecover)
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(International) 1822610C91

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You can just suck the oil out from that cylinder (I use a MightyVac). After sucking it out and installing the injector, I like to leave the glowplug out and rotate the engine by hand a few revolutions using a wrench on the crank bolt just to make sure it won't hydrolock. Here a part number for the plug:

Oil Rail Drain Plug (under valvecover)
(Ford) ???
(International) 1822610C91

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Just what I needed. Thanks!

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every plug on these engines are ORB so you might be able to get a plug locally at a hydraulic supply shop

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