First time,started car, running rough excess fuel smoking out of exhaust,I replaced all eight inj. with rebuilds.Five of eight staying open,car would run with rail disconneted.Installea injectors worked great for about a month. Drove home on freeway 70 mph running good then slowed down to 50mph on a side road all of a sudden car doesn.t want to excelerate . Got home car running very rough and seems like injector popping or something.idles up and down also fuel smoke coming out of exhaust. Never replaced regul ator. any help appreciated
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a rough guess as to the excessive fuel smell and smoking < I would say that the seal under the injector tip is damaged or missing and that fuel is bypassing the injector
probably now flooded and that is why it will not start
lean codes are generally caused by a faulty HO2S sensor ( heated oxygen sensor) in the exhaust manifold/s before the cat converter/s
other possible causes are MAF/VAF sensor faults and low fuel pressures
Black smoke is an indication of too much fuel-running rich-in the cylinders. The air/fuel mixture is way off-too much fuel. Possible causes are cylinder misfires (runs and idles rough, a noticeable miss), leaking fuel injectors, or a failed fuel pressure regulator.
Take off the vacuum line to the regulator (on the fuel rail?)-if there is evidence of gas in the vacuum line, the regulator has failed and excess gas is being sucked into the engine through the vacuum line.
You should take a fuel pressure reading to check pressure against the specification for your car.
Also possible that the fuel metering is correct, but the air being supplied to the cylinders is lacking. A clogged air filter could cause that, but you would also experience a rough running condition. Since you didn't mention that, I would think the fuel metering is wrong-too much gas.
You cant check fuel pressure that way. You have to connect a fuel pressure guage to the fuel rail at the schrader valve. It should have 30-40psi when ignition is turned on. Injectors not functioning properly will cause a misfire Sounds like a fuel pump or fuel going out.
ck for leak at intake. if no leak pcm/ecm may be sending fire command to slow to # 1 . the fuel injector is always hot the ecm sends a ground to the injector. even new parts can be bad ck inj, with ohm meter resistance should be the same between each inj. im not sure of the specifications but they should read the same my jimmy specs are 1.9-2.1 any other reading is bad . no resistance or lower or higher readings my injector would be bad. 140 is good reading, timing can be off a little and still run but rough like a miss. a code wont set most misfires will set a dtc or flash the engine light to let you know damage to cat system is happening , to much fuel a system rich,to little a lean. a bad mass airflow meter can also cause a misfiring or rough idle ck with scanner if dirty clean with brake cleaner first before replacing . hope this helps some let me know how it goes.
Hi there: Black smoke
is caused by excess fuel that has entered the cylinder area and cannot
be burned completely. Another term for excess fuel is "running
rich." Poor fuel mileage is also a common complaint when black
smoke comes out of the tailpipe. Black smoke out the tailpipe is the
least cause for alarm. Excess fuel will usually effect engine
performance, reduce fuel economy, and produce a fuel odor.
How did the fuel get into the cylinder in
the first place? Some of the causes of excess fuel are a carburetor that
is out of adjustment, a faulty fuel pump, a leaky fuel injector, or a
faulty engine computer or computer sensor. If black smoke is present,
check the engine oil as in the white smoke example to make sure excess
fuel has not contaminated it. Do not start the engine if a heavy, raw
fuel smell can be detected in the engine oil. Call your mechanic and
advise him of what you have found.
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You may want to check the ignition system. The smoke could be because of unburnt fuel. You may be running on less then 4 cylinders. Check if all spark plugs are firing. You may also want to use a scanner if there are error codes found in its ECU.