I had a pretty good day today. 1st I got the generator put back together and it is running well enough. 2nd I pulled the injectors out and verified the passenger side is clicking with a 9v battery applied. Driver side injector does nothing. I pulled it apart and hit it with some air. Now the injector is stuck closed. I looked at the first video and you can see the injector is stuck open. I'll call AFI Monday and see what they say. Hopefully they have some snake oil to prescribe or send a replacement I've treated this stuff like a box of eggs until it was on he engine where it can't be kept from the cold. It should work. 20210220_150332 by Joe with a jeep, on Flickr 20210220_151243 by Joe with a jeep, on Flickr 20210220_151238 by Joe with a jeep, on Flickr I made a new throttle linkage 20210220_162253 by Joe with a jeep, on Flickr Then I put it all back together. It started and ran well enough to get out of the way and clean the oil off the floor but wouldn't idle long without the 2nd fuel injector. 20210220_163054 by Joe with a jeep, on Flickr Last I worked on the tank access. This will have a new pickup and return tube from the top which allows for pulling the line, pump, or filter without draining the tank. Just unhook it at the high point on top of the tank. 20210220_180750 by Joe with a jeep, on Flickr All in all I'm happy with the parts. Hopefully the injector is not a big deal to replace. Everything is very clean and of good quality. I noticed I need to replace the q-jet parts in the to-go box with an extra relay, o2 sensor, map sensor, fuel filter, 10amp blade fuse, paper clip, 9v battery, multimeter, and I want to print some troubleshooting pages that apply to each sensor. I feel like this is much easier for me to work on than the quadrajet. There isn't much you can't check with a multimeter and a paperclip.