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Old 07-12-2018, 02:56 AM
Brekizer Brekizer is offline
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Default Fuel line alignement?

Goodday,

After giving my car a brand new head I wanted to put my fuel lines back on, problem is the bracket has been taken of and I accidentally but my tool box on them (I know, stupid).

So now they are bent a bit so I can't see which line goes where?

Does anyone has pics from the 'rotor' so I can see what line goes to what injector?

Many thanks ahead!
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Old 07-12-2018, 03:23 PM
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Let me get home from DC to NY and I will do that for you. In 4hrs.
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Old 07-12-2018, 03:28 PM
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I have a set that i took off and completely apart for dirt& rust removal, if i can find the picture that i took, you'll be fine. I put them in order and took pictures but I have to find it first in my laptop. Easier to take a video and send new pictures over if necessary...stay in touch.
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Old 07-12-2018, 08:05 PM
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Default Delivery pipes

These pictures are from the d24t greenbook manual and there is my primitive drawing of the face of the injection pump.
The numbers indicate cylinders /injectors as #1 for the front of the engine and #6 as the rear (firewall). It probably helps to successfully reconnect your pipes. If you look at the 1 o'clock position, that pipe is exactly for Cyl #1 then clockwise it is for #5 then #3 #6 #2 #4, which lines up with the firing order of the d24, 1-5-3-6-2-4 when you look at the front part of the injection pump.
Notice that pipes of cyl #1,2,3,4 all line up in this same order, from bottom towards the top/up; where the first/front clamp holds them secure, this is to the left side of the vacuum pump. The longest pipe is the one that runs to injector #1 at front of car, and so on... The greenbook picture shows it pretty well too.

D24t forum should improve a bit...!!!!...because real quality pictures cant be attached. This must be fixed before all members "leave" )

I hope someone can show it on a video that is well made (not like mine) , probably a bench motor without the vacuum pump would give the best view on angles.
i think d24 nonturbo cars used slightly differently shaped pipes but I can't confirm that 100% now. Only 99%.

The previously mentioned "exploded view" of the hard fuel pipes was actually taken of my d24 nonturbo so I wont even look for it now (it is midnight here)...
And the spare motors both have the cyl head off so I could only take this video for you. From a d24T engine...See below:
https://youtu.be/fMng7YiA4Dc
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