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Old 09-23-2011, 12:07 PM   #1
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92-95 fuel injecctors how to identify

Hi everyone, I need your help

I would like to know how to tell the difference between injector types because Im aware of the different flow rates. The only identifying marks are in four holes on the left side of the injector body. There is usually a little smear of paint over this the numbers so it can be hard to read.

Mine (from a D15Z1) read 2HA7 and 2HA8 with white paint over the numbers from a 92/93 valve cover motor. There is sky blue paint around the injector body as well.

From another spare d15Z1 92/93 valve cover motor that read 7FKL with orange paint around over the numbers. There is sky blue paint around the injector body as well.

I have a random set that read 5JCW with a smear of yellow paint over the numbers (hoping this is a higher flow set).

Anyone care to report the alphanumeric on the left side (from the front of the car) side of the D15z1 and the rest (lx-EX)? I looked in google for these numbers and would like a way to tell with all of these loose injectors. I'm sure I'm not the only one.
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