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fuel driping out the exhuast

ok been workin on my truck its 2000...fried pcm in it got it replaced an put new injector orings on passenger side an 1 new injector well fired truck up this evening now its dumpin so much fuel in passenger side its driping out the exhaust any ideas?..wasnt doin this b4
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Did you put a straight edge on the injectors to make sure they were seated?


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Just changed all the injector o rings on all cylinders. i put a straight edge on the injectors, all sit level. start it up and I have the biggest blue ,gray cloud pouring out the exhaust pipe. Now I'm thinking turbo,after about a 10 mile drive, it cleared up. Never thought that that much fuel and oil would be pushed into the exhaust after blowing out the cylinders

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