Fuel Injection Systems

The following information is derived from the FAAs Service Difficulty Reports and Aviation Maintenance Alerts.

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After installation of a factory-rebuilt engine, a ground-run was performed. At all settings, the engine ran too rich, and adjustments had no effect. Aircraft was not airworthy. Removed fuel servo from engine, sent out for repair. Reinstalled fuel servo after repair, and engine performed satisfactorily. Returned aircraft to service.
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