Can You Flood a Fuel Injected Car?

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You can not flood a fuel injected car. A car gets flooded when fuel gets into a carburetor. In 2013, cars are not built with carburetors, but are fuel injected instead.
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Can You Flood a Fuel Injected Car?
Flooding a fuel injected car is more difficult than flooding one with a carburetor but it is possible. There are a few different ways to flood a fuel injected engine. Damaged injectors or a cold engine that won't start can result in a flooded engine.... More »
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The amount of fuel delivered to a properly functioning injected car is determined by sensors mounted throughout the vehicles air intake system. These sensors work together along with
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1. Turn the ignition key off and let the vehicle sit for five minutes. This allows heat present in the engine to help vaporize the fuel in the cylinders and on the spark plugs. 2.
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Sounds like it's getting too much gas. The temperature sensor
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Nissan has always had a problem with their cars flooding. I don't know why but usually just changing the plugs helps. Tsb advises customers to start car with accelerator held halfway
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