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Need 7.3l help

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 and I will say I'm doing one side at a time and the driver side is still hooked up
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Did you pull the fuse for the fuel pump?


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Change out the ones you need to. Remove the glow plugs from the cylinders you changed. Set the valve cover on it and put a couple bolts in it. Turn over a few times until you only hear air. Cylinders emptied


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No I didn't pull the fuse and I was trying to avoid the mess , that's why I pumped the cylinder
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When you turn the key on without the injectors in. the fuel pump turns on and starts pushing fuel out threw the heads where the injectors where. If you don't want to pull the glow plugs you will have to pull the fuse. I would check your oil to make sure you didn't pump and fuel in to the crank case. I would do what he said ^^^^^

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