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Automobile Fuel Injectors leaking

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sunshine3565

Guest
HawaiiWhat is the name of your state? comicsans MS Hello,

Our car has a little problem and thought someone might be able to help.

We have a 1986 Nissan 300ZX Automobile, which we bought 5 months ago. It has developed a problem with the fuel injectors, which are giving off a smell of raw gasolene, which
is a fire hazard and dangerous. We have contacted the Nissan Company and they said “The fuel injectors have been repaired once on our car with a recall, and they are not obligated to fix it
again.”

The car was bought from a used car dealer— “as is”— and I don’t think he has to fix it.

All we receive is a small S.S.I. Disability check each month, and don’t have the money to
fix it our self.

Does anyone have any ideas? Thanks.
 


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michael parks

Guest
Get a JOB......

you can earn up to $700 a month...and still collect disability then you would have the money to fix it.

Isnt there a Mc donalds or a small store or anything walking distance that you can work 15-20 hours a week?...salvation army thrift store, answering phones or typing letters for your church?
 
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racer72

Senior Member
An obvious example of why sports cars make poor used cars. Rebuilt injectors will cost about $125 each, you need 6. Add another $200 for installation. Start saving your money, no one else is obligated to fix your car.
 

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