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  • noun Plural form of injector.

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Examples

  • All that stands between it and your injectors is your fuel filter, so think twice before deciding to run on fumes, which sucks up the repugnant bottom-of-the-barrel garbage.

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  • If the injectors are a bit gummed up then you may have fuel dribbling past, causing a fuel rich environment.

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  • All that stands between it and your injectors is your fuel filter, so think twice before deciding to run on fumes, which sucks up the repugnant bottom-of-the-barrel garbage.

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  • All that stands between it and your injectors is your fuel filter, so think twice before deciding to run on fumes, which sucks up the repugnant bottom-of-the-barrel garbage.

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  • The highest, or 'amplified', fuel pressure is generated within the injectors, meaning reduced pressure throughout the rest of the system and greater component reliability, not to mention lower fuel use.

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  • The highest, or 'amplified', fuel pressure is generated within the injectors, meaning reduced pressure throughout the rest of the system and greater component reliability, not to mention lower fuel use.

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  • The highest, or 'amplified', fuel pressure is generated within the injectors, meaning reduced pressure throughout the rest of the system and greater component reliability, not to mention lower fuel use.

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  • The highest, or 'amplified', fuel pressure is generated within the injectors, meaning reduced pressure throughout the rest of the system and greater component reliability, not to mention lower fuel use.

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  • The highest, or 'amplified', fuel pressure is generated within the injectors, meaning reduced pressure throughout the rest of the system and greater component reliability, not to mention lower fuel use.

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  • The highest, or 'amplified', fuel pressure is generated within the injectors, meaning reduced pressure throughout the rest of the system and greater component reliability, not to mention lower fuel use.

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