Changing fuel injectors
here is the answer,follow these steps one by one please:
(1)relieve fuel pressure by using a fuel pressure gauge that also has a
bleeder valve on it
(2)disconnect the negative battery terminal
(3)remove the intake manifold service cover
(4)remove air intact duct between the air cleaner housing and the
throttle body gasket.also remove the throttle body spacer bolts,remove
the spacer and remove thegasket.discard the old gaskets.
(5)Disconnect the fuel supply and return lines from the fuel rail.
960Disconnect the vacuum hose from the fuel pressure regulator.
(6)Remove the nut that attaches the fuel rail end-point bracket
(7)Disconnect the electrical connectors form all 8 fuel injectors and
set the fuel injector harness aside.
(8)Remove the fuel rail mounting bolts.
(9)Remove the fuel rail and the fuel injectors as a single assembly.
(10)Remove the fuel injectors one by one,by flipping up the U-clip
retainer then pulling the injector from the fuel rail.
(11)Remove the old O-rings from the injectors and be sure to use new
ones when installing the new injectors.
(12)Also use a new gasket when installing the spacer,also use a new
throttle body gasket.>>when finished start car and check for
leaks.and you're done.
Jun 21, 2008 |
2004 Ford F350