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I have a 1995 chevy 1500 Z71. I am having fuel problems. It seems like it's starving for fuel. I want to clean out the fuel injectors the right way, not just by running additives through it because they didn't work. So my question is how do you clean out the fuel injectors?
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well i figured out what happened. The fuel filter had started to get a little cloged in the first place. Thats when I ran the seafoam through it. After I did that my problem got worse and worse really fast. The seafoam had flushed a bunch of crap outa my tank and it all collected in my fuel filter. I changed the filter and it made a night and day difference. Everything seems to be running good now but I still think I want to clean out my fuel injectors just as a maintenance thing. So again, how do you do it?