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Replaced orings on ipr and drove for about 10 miles and still cant seem to be able to get all the air out. Running rough but it cranks up easy now when hot. what do I need to do?
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was it running rough before you replaced the o-rings or were you just fixing a leak?

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no run problem just wouldnt start when hot that part is fixed now.....just drove it another 20 miles and still runs rough....
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help do not know what to do next
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Check you UVC harness, on both sides.....

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I guess you could have cut one of the o-rings when you were reinstalling it. wash the valley out real good and make sure you dont have any leaks.

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you are talking about the two at the end...I did wash the intake off and did not see any oil
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took it back apart and found that the flat oring is cut in half would this cause the running rough? because before I done the repair it only wouldnt start when it warmed up and I found that both orings were cut inhalf .
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