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I say its the injectors ur fuel trims look bad have you tried cleaing the maf

 
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The high pressure pump is verified as failed. The injectors are going to be replaced with the pump. PRL is sending me a new section of fuel hose for their flex fuel sensor, since the rubber hose has been known to breakdown with ethanol. I may also look at cleaning the MAF sensor, just for maintenance.

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Is cleaning the MAF something we should do periodically, regardless of Ethanol usage?
I mean not exactly but if you have a cold air once in a while won’t hurt I do here and their
 
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There is a specific procedure, so find it and follow it. I recall there is a specific spray to use. You have to remove it from the car, disconnect power cable, clean it, then let the cleaner evaporate completely before connecting power. May be more instructions, so check on that before trying it.
 

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There is a specific procedure, so find it and follow it. I recall there is a specific spray to use. You have to remove it from the car, disconnect power cable, clean it, then let the cleaner evaporate completely before connecting power. May be more instructions, so check on that before trying it.
Yup maf cleaning spray. You don’t need to unplug the battery just don’t turn on the car lol
 
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Got my car back. Dealer replaced high pressure pump and injectors along with valve adjustment for normal maintenance and because they were noisy. $3,008 out the door. I got my old parts back, so I will start to look at cause for pump failure. May see if I can have injectors flow tested to see what 96,000 miles did to them. Runs great now and all parameters are back to normal. PRL sent a fresh hose, so when I get it Tuesday, I'll replace the old one and split it open to look for any breakdown. Will upload pictures and findings as I learn something.
 

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Got my car back. Dealer replaced high pressure pump and injectors along with valve adjustment for normal maintenance and because they were noisy. $3,008 out the door. I got my old parts back, so I will start to look at cause for pump failure. May see if I can have injectors flow tested to see what 96,000 miles did to them. Runs great now and all parameters are back to normal. PRL sent a fresh hose, so when I get it Tuesday, I'll replace the old one and split it open to look for any breakdown. Will upload pictures and findings as I learn something.
Glad you got it straightened out. But dear god 3008$ wow
 
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I was just happy a mechanic actually committed to looking at it. I was hearing about techs not touching it because of tune and mods, when the engine is still stock mechanically. I can't stand not doing my own work. Bugs the hell out of me to rely on a shop. Just too cold to work on outside because other project takes up my garage. Can't rely on supply chain for parts either. $3k was the price.

 

 
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