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1993 Nissan 300ZX Fuel Injector 6 Cyl 3.0L Beck Arnley

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1993 Land Rover Defender 110 Fuel Injector Original Equipment

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1993 - Land Rover Defender 110
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1990 Ford Aerostar Fuel Injector Motorcraft

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1990 - Ford Aerostar
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1986 Ford Mustang Fuel Injector Motorcraft

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1986 - Ford Mustang
Alliant Power
1996 Ford Econoline Super Duty Fuel Injector Alliant Power

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  • When replacing a set of injectors, or the #8, it is important to check the #8 injector Part Number. It may be a different - 'Long Lead Anti-Cackle' injector per Ford TSB's. If so, see Part Number XC3Z 9E527-AARM. Injectors #1 - #7 are always injectors are always standard design.
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Latest Fuel Injector Repair and Installation Advice

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fuel injectors

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Question From Guest on fuel injectors

I am removeing my intake manifold for other reasons. 98 Lexus with 35,000 mi. Can the fuel injectors be serviced or inspected?

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Yes - but it begs the question as to why. Do you suspect there's trouble with them?

T

Response From Guest Top Rated Answer

I was even considering replacing them untill I found they were $180. each.

Response From Tom Greenleaf


Here's a plug for the injector care product I use preventatively with 100% success so far in several family vehicles now as I'm retired from this crazy biz but family persists

There's several older cars in my stable along with a zillion yard machines which all demonstrate fuel problems with any age on the fuel and this stuff clearly has helped. It's been mentioned here that high doses (not recommended by me for any routine) of this can solve an issue. It clearly has made a difference in a couple "poke around town" low mile older vehicles and that style all the time can be a problem.

Once or twice with just a flickering Check Engine Light for an O2 sensor found on code reader as weak it corrected for years! Now I'm a believer in this by brand.

Also know that with price of fuel (the real stuff) there's a lot of incentive to max out on non fossile fuel mixes and I swear those cause problems for vehicles really meant for ordinary gasoline.

Perhaps just luck (knock on wood) but almost all injectors have held out for the life of the cars - - - - some with well over 200k!

I think the last injector (single) I bought cost about $100 bucks (wholesale) so it's worth a little prevention in my book! Good luck with yours,

T

Ps: If one goes bad and engine isn't running properly they can be cleaned but do this quick as allowing an engine to run poorly realy strains and can kill O2 sensors and cat converters!

Response From Guest

No but after such exasperating labor getting the manifold off (which still hasent been accomplished) I just thought there might be some restoritive alixer that I could do to them now that they are in my hand. Soak in a fluid? Blow air through? Check continuity of the two electrical tabs?
Thanks James

Fuel Injectors

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Question From lindsayann on Fuel Injectors

12-94 production, Ford Contour 2.0, 4 Cyl. Fuel injectors not firing.

Response From Loren Champlain Sr

lindsay; The most common problem we see with the 2.0 Contour is the timing belt. How have you determined that the injectors are inoperative? Noid light? No fuel? Need a few more clues.

Response From lindsayann

Hi thanks for responding. The cam shaft is turning. It's a double over head cam. Cam shaft is turning over fine, motor sounds good, but no fire. Trying crank shaft sensor today.
THanks for all your help. My dad is working on it so I am helping him type this:)
Lindsay

Response From lindsayann Top Rated Answer

Hi again he used the Noid light to come to that conclusion. Again thanks for all your help. THis has been a P.I.A!!

Replacing Fuel Injectors 85 Celica

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Question From JJT211 on Replacing Fuel Injectors 85 Celica

Im trying to replace my fuel injectors on a 85 Toyota Celica GT. Problem is there is hardly any room for me to get to them. I tired and got as far as removing the connectors to the injectors and after that I see how reinstalling the connectors would be next to impossible given the extremely tight space. I believe Ill need to remove the Air Intake manifold (im not even quite sure exactly thats what it is) to get to them. Im not quite sure though as the Haynes manual is a bit vague. And removing it looks quite intimidating as there are so many hoses and connectors. I dont wanna get anything mixed up. Most importantly, I dont want to create any work that isnt necessary.

I took a pic of my engine to give you guys a much better idea of what Im talking about....The injectors are on the left side of the engine...The fuel rail is directly under the Air intake housing/manifold. I removed the Air Duct and the accelerator and throttle cable have been removed but thats about as far as i was comfortable to go.

Any advice would be greatly appreciated.






Response From way2old

Yes it is recommended to remove the air intake chamber. Here are shortened repair instructions. Good luck. You can label and number each hose and wire to be sure it is connected in the correct spot when you install it.

  1. Disconnect battery ground cable and drain coolant system.
  2. Disconnect air hose and pcv pipe.
  3. Disconnect water hose and all necessary vacuum hoses.
  4. Remove EGR pipe andegr valve.
  5. Remove intake air connector,cold start injector hose and air intake chamber.
  6. Disconnect injector electrical connectors, then disconnect fuel hose and pipe.
  7. Remove fuel delivery pipe and fuel injectors.
  8. Reverse procedure to install and note the following:
  • Check to insure that insulators are installed in intake manifold injector holes.
  • Install new O-ring onto injectors.
  • Apply thin coating of gasoline to injector O-rings.
  • Install injectors and delivery pipe as an assembly onto intake manifold. Check to insure that injectors can be rotated after they are installed in intake manifold.

  • Response From JJT211 Top Rated Answer

    Thanks....Ill get to it this weekend...

    Where did you find that btw?

    Fuel Injector vs carburetor

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    Question From carjunky on Fuel Injector vs carburetor

    When it comes down to pure horsepower which system is the best for generating the most power? Fuel Injector or a Carburetor?

    Response From Tom Greenleaf

    Interesting query. I think fuel injection took over because of emission control and you don't need the "pump the carb" thing to start a car.

    The marine engines still chiefly use carbs and they want all the power they can find and need it!

    I think it's mostly driven by cost effectiveness, either could be designed to be effective. At the moment I think carbs still win as they are easier to tweak for optimal power and performance. Other opinions invited, Tom

    Response From carjunky Top Rated Answer

    Brian,

    Do dragsters use Fuel Injectors or carburetors ? Curious because like tom was saying the marine world is searching for more hp's... And dragsters are in "the same boat" searching for a lot of horsepower as well.

    Response From Brian1

    This is an interesting question, I think it could be argued either way!!

    Top Fuel Dragsters and Funny Cars use mechanical fuel injection. Most of the fuel is injected through nozzles that are mounted directly into the combustion chamber of the cylinder heads. A small amount of fuel is injected through the supercharger to keep it cool and lubed. The fuel curve is preset before they make their run and it will not compensate for changes in atmospheric conditions like modern electronic fuel injection systems will. This is when a good crew chief is a must!!!!

    Yes, I agree you can easily “tune” a carb to make an engine run at it’s optimum potential. However, we all know that an engine that is running either lean or rich isn’t making it’s most power therefore, in modern racing I think fuel injection is becoming more and more common. Warren Johnson, second on the all time win list in professional drag racing, races in the category called “Pro Stock” Warren has been wanting fuel injection allowed for years in Pro Stock. He thinks fuel injection would make more power and be easier to tune. Instead of using “jets” to tune the car he would just use a “laptop” to adjust the fuel ratio.….. Pro Stock currently runs 500 cubic inch, gasoline burning, dual 4 barrel carb V8’s and make about 1700HP. They run about 6.70 seconds in the quarter mile at 206MPH.


    In drag racing (and I’m sure in other form of racing also) we use a term called “corrected altitude” which means the altitude the engine “thinks” it’s running at above sea level. Lets say were running at a track that is 1500 feet above sea level, the corrected altitude may be 2800 feet because of the atmospheric condition. Ambient air temp, humidity (water grains) , barometric pressure and actual altitude are some of the factors used in calculating the corrected altitude. I’ve seen conditions on race day change drastically (more than you would think they would or should) In fact, the race track in Joliet Illinois…. Route 66 raceway, very often has what we call “Mine Shaft Conditions” I forget what the actual altitude is but sometimes the “corrected altitude” is WAY below sea level and when that happens….. LOOK OUT!!! There has been MANY national speed and elapsed time records broken and reset at that track because of the mine shaft conditions. When racing in mine shaft conditions, if you don’t “rejet” from the last track where you were running at 2800 feet you could be dangerously LEAN!!! If you were running an electronic fuel injection system you wouldn’t need to worry because it would compensate automatically.


    The category my friends race in is a “Super” category. In Super class racing we use a “throttle stop” to slow the cars down to a national index for that class. Our national index is 9.90 seconds but the cars are capable of running in the 8 second range. Because we have more power than needed to run 9.90 we just jet the car “fat” or “rich” so we know it’s safe and not lean and control the speed of the car by adjusting the throttle stop timer. If we need to go slower we put more time in the timer, if we need to go faster we put less time in the timer. We use a “weather station” connected to a computer mounted in the motor home back in the pits that constantly monitors the changing conditions. It automatically computes the changes and how the car will react to those changes and sends a “throttle stop prediction” every 2 minutes to a digital pager that I have on my belt. Just before my friend stages the car I tell him the latest “prediction” and he puts that number into the timer in the car. If everything goes correctly the car should go 9.90 seconds. (there is actually more to it but this was the abbreviated version)

    In our class of racing we have more power than we need but in other classes where they need all the power they can get I think fuel injection would definitely be the way to go if allowed in that category.


    I hope I didn’t ramble too long about racing,
    Brian.

    Response From Tom Greenleaf

    Good one Brian1. The marine industry is going fuel injection and I'm out of that now but even new boats/yachts were still using carbs and points long after cars changed?? Don't know why.

    The last yacht I worked on had twin 454 single quads at about 360 HP each and still couldn't reach more than 18 knots at a whopping half mile to the gallon if you pushed it hard!!!! At an average cruise is could do .75!!!! Spent several vacations on that boat and among four people the fuel was NOT the largest expense at the time.

    Fuel injection belongs in yachts. From a fly bridge you can't hear the engines when you start them very well and can easily just rev them out of control - not good. Takes a sharp eye on the gauges to see what's happening.

    __________________________________________

    Just fun - saw about a 200 foot yacht pass us headed for Nantucket at probably 60MPH!!!!

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    Trivia with boats:

    How far can a large cruise ship go on a gallon of fuel? Scroll down
















    About 11 Inches!!!! -- I think we can stop complaining about our cars T

    Response From Brian1

    Man I’m glad I’m not paying for the gas in those big boats, especially at 0.5 miles per gallon!!! I’m not sure how it works where you live but here in Minnesota, if you buy gas for your boat at a marina it’s usually about $1.50 to $2.00 per gallon more than at a regular gas station for cars!!!

    Good point about not being able to hear the engine(s), I never thought about it that way. With the outrageous cost of big boats/yachts I would think even IF fuel injection doesn’t make more HP and/or doesn’t get better mileage they should have FI just for the better drivability factor alone.

    Brian.

    Response From carjunky

    Here in New Jersey, Gas is the same price difference - about $1.00 more at the marina's compared to the service stations... so some of my friends with smaller boats make many trips by car to fill up the tanks.. lol

    Response From Tom Greenleaf

    Yup - always paid more at marinas than gas on land. In New England it's a short season and they have to maintain the place for fuel all year round so I kind of forgive them. I used to bring gas (which marinas didn't allow) but just did it. Almost pointless when you need hundreds of gallons so just smile, pull out the credit card and make a Martini Why do you think the yachting club drinks?? Hey - have to add that if you are driving/helmsperson of a boat you should be without alcohol or anything else until you are moored or docked. Here and I think the USA can own your boat or yacht until things are settled at YOUR expense until settled.

    Hey - we may get known as YachtJunky.com if we keep this up.

    ---------------------------

    Smile and the whole world smiles with you - carry on - T

    Response From grand_sea

    Hey this is great, I've learned more about cars and boats on this site in the last month then I think I've learned from any other site on the web!!

    Don't worry, Tom an engine is an engine doesn't matter what it powers!


    Thanks to everyone Involved with this site staying afloat!!!

    Fuel Injector Fuse

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    Question From shane3630 on Fuel Injector Fuse

    I have a 1998 Pontiac Bonneville SSeI supercharged engine. I have to replace my fuel injector fuse. Where is it located, and what is the fuse code for it? thanks

    Response From nickwarner Top Rated Answer

    fuel injectors get their power and ground from the PCM. As such they don't have a fuse. What problem are you experiencing? Did you mean the fuel pump by chance, or do you not have injector pulse when cranking?

    Response From shane3630

    I was told it was the fuel injector fuse from the mechanics shop that last fixed my car. They said that I had a blown fuse and my car has the same symptoms this time. It's a problem that seems to break down my car every six months or so, and I wanted to attempt to fix it myself. Basically, what happens, is as i'm driving down the road, my accelerator stops working. My car remains on but there is no power to the gas pedal. If I turn my car off, and try to turn it back on, it will not turn over. The car starter sounds fine, but I don't think fuel is getting in. The mechanic shop that I brought it into said that I would need to replace all my injectors to stop the problem for good, but I am unable to afford that cost right now. I basically just want a bandaid on the problem for now, until I have the money to take care of it. In my car manual, it says there is an injector fuse in the passenger side fuse box (number 7, I believe). What is your opinion? thanks

    Response From Sidom

    Are you getting any trouble code?

    Something doesn't sound right here.....If you had a blown fuse, the car wouldn't start until that fuse was replaced....

    Response From shane3630

    yea the car doesn't start, the starter sounds like it wants to turn over, but nothing is firing. I will try the fuse

    Response From Hammer Time

    I basically just want a bandaid on the problem for now,

    Then i suggest that you go out and buy 300 fuses and get good at changing them. I would also start carrying a fire extinguisher.

    Response From shane3630

    Hammertime: fuses can cause a fire? Also, if my fuse keeps blowing what could be the cause of this? I know very little about cars, but I am trying to gain as much knowledge as possible through this website.

    Response From shane3630

    Sidom: When I took my car into an automotive shop last they told me I needed to change all of my injectors. Does this sound like an accurate diagnoses based on the issues I listed?

    Response From Sidom

    Just kinda echoing what everyone else is saying....

    I don't know all the details are here & exactly what they are doing but $2400 is a little high for 6 injectors...

    There really are no other loads on that fuse, so if it keeps blowing, more than likely you have an injector going bad or a short in the harness somewhere...

    You can replace injectors by themselves... Really the determining factor is how long it take to get to them but if most are getting out of range as far as the resistance goes then even if they are accessable, then it would be a good idea to change them all out.

    What did they say was wrong with the injector/s?

    Response From Discretesignals

    I haven't run into an injector that shorts out and blows a fuse as of yet. The injectors on most engines is isolated because of the o rings. An injector can have shorted windings and cause a computer driver to shut down if the current gets to high. Usually when you have shorted injector windings the engine will have a misfire.

    Have someone current ramp the injectors or compare their resistances if you think an injector is causing an issue.

    $2400 for 6 multec injectors is a rip off.

    Response From Tom Greenleaf

    Fuses are supposed to blow if overloaded and prevent more trouble. Alone they would not cause a fire IMO. Could any vehicle have some electrical or fuel fire - yes.

    How is it determined that ALL injectors must be replaced? Huh? Something is drawing too much current for that circuit. Finding out exactly what or why may be difficult. One would think if bad enough whatever fuse worked would blow instantly again,

    T

    Response From shane3630

    That's what I assumed as well. If all the injectors are shot, why would my car work for six months until blowing another fuse? The shop wants to charge me $2400 to replace them, which is half the value of the car. When I bought the car I planned to drive it until major issues started to happen. Then I planned on getting a new car. That's why I'm just trying to have the problem stop (even temporarily) without investing a lot of money into the car. I'm going to get a second opinion at a different shop this week. I will keep you posted

    Response From Tom Greenleaf

    $2,400 bucks! I didn't check but that sounds insane! Worse I don't think that would fix it. Shane - I don't know of a life expectancy of fuses like that listed on light bulbs you must have seen ---- X # of hours and so on. If this is regular at an interval there's probably a common denominator like weather or a spike that is random that takes out a fuse anywhere for anything. Those are going to be nasty to find if so.

    If you know the exact way to get it going carry the spares for now of course and when possible do let an auto electric person/shop that specializes check it. If injectors are all (why all?) drawing too much there must be another reason. You said it's running just fine now so if no codes show up for some fault or fault pending this may be a ghost hunt but still would give it a try with another shop if only to say it's impossible when it isn't happening. That goes with stuff in general that is working fine with nothing visibly obvious.

    Back: If this really does follow a 6 month plan to do this I say it's a weather aggravated something - a short that takes a period of time at the switch of seasons. A ghost as said,

    T

    Response From nickwarner

    That price sounds steep off the top of my head. This wasn't too hard of a motor to deal with even with the blower on it. If the body isn't crunched up I'd say fix it and drive it. Bonneville has a nice ride to it and the blower gives it the balls to run on the highway without killing the wallet.

    Response From shane3630

    I switched the fuse, and my car has been working for over a week now. Thanks yall

    Response From Sidom

    Well with any no start.....You want to find out what you are missing......Get a spark tester & check for spark, take a fuel pressure reading....If you have a noid light, check for an injector pulse...

    You could spray a few shots of starting fluid down the throttle body & see if the engine will run for a few seconds.....This would indicate a fuel problem...

    Response From MarineGrunt

    Doesn't seem like a fuse would be the problem but why not just replace the fuse so you can cross it off the list of a possible cause?