What cause fuel to be dumped into the cylinder?
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    What cause fuel to be dumped into the cylinder?

    Can anyone plz help me! I have A 1995 subaru wrx impreza turbo. I recently swap my old engine block with a legacy twin turbo engine block now its seems as if fuel is filling up in the cylinder! the engine rolls over and starts but after awhile its like fuel building up in the cylinder and the engine jams. Can anyone tell me what causes large amounts of fuel to be dumped into the cylinder? When i rotate the engine i could feel the fuel or possibly water compressing in the cylinder! Note the head gaskets or good. Either the fuel is filling up in the cylinder or the intake system. I hope someone understood me just now! Thanks

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    Your either not getting spark so the fuel isn't burning off or the fuel injector could be leaking, o rings could be leaking, there are a lot of different scenarios. First thing I'd do is have injectors cleaned/adjusted and then replace o rings/seals for injectors. Deffinately change plugs/ I'd also check coils


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    Thanks A MILLION!!!!

    Thanks LPPTundWRX for the quick reply! it might not be getting spark i think for true! Thanks again for the advice!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bahamianwrx View Post
    Thanks LPPTundWRX for the quick reply! it might not be getting spark i think for true! Thanks again for the advice!!!
    Did you get a cel?


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    Quote Originally Posted by LPPTundWRX View Post
    Did you get a cel?
    not sure what that meant just now????

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    Do you have a check engine light?


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    Quote Originally Posted by LPPTundWRX View Post
    Do you have a check engine light?
    oh well it wont stay start long enough to remain on for me to check that .

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    You don't need the engine started. Use a OBDII scanner/code reader.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Donkey View Post
    You don't need the engine started. Use a OBDII scanner/code reader.
    Hey thanks but where is the connector that you hook the obdII scanner to located?

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    under the steering wheel on the left usually. its a weird plug looking thing with mad pins

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marne_Aeok View Post
    under the steering wheel on the left usually. its a weird plug looking thing with mad pins
    thanks

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