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After taking of the huge plastic cover on top of the engine you will see where the fuel injectors are. On the fuel rail which supplies fuel to injectors theres a vacuum line that goes into the fuel regulator. It's black and round and at the beginning of the fuel rail. One side has the fuel line screwed into it and the other side is directly connected to the fuel rail. The whole part comes out. The piece with the vacuum line in it. There's a bolt that holds it in. Very easy to change. Let me know how you come out
I actually did this on a 98 Voyager mininvan.(this only works on fuel injected/electric fuel pump).Find the fuel pump relay,use a jumper wire to run the pump manually.Disconnect the fuel line at the injector rail and rig a hose to fill up a gas can.(most relays have a pin diagram-basic electrical knowledge needed to decipher the diagram).
disconnect the fuel lines at the fuel rail.then follow the fuel rail to disconnect every thing fastened to it,find the hold down bolts that fasten it to the motor(intake).unbolt the bolts.now you should blow any dirt around the areas were the fuel injectors go into the intake.disconnect the injector electrical plugs.pull the fuel rail and injectors together out of the car.you may need something to pry the rail/injectors up as it will be stuck to the intake.once out then you can remove the locking clips that hold the rail to the injectors and separate the injectors from the rail.install the injectors into the new rail in the same position as they were in the old rail.use a lubricant on the O rings when installing the injectors onto the new rail and insert the lock clips.lube the injector O rings on the end that goes into the intake and re-install in reverse order.reconnect items in reverse order and you can start the car.check for gas leaks.NOTE:if the O rings are cracked of broken replace with new injector O rings.
no, fuel injectors are on the motor, in you look at your engine, right above one of the spark plugs, you will see an silver looking bar go accross twords the next plug, this is you fuel rail, on the inside of this rail are the injectors, each one goes into the block and has two little wires going into it. Once you know which of these injectors is bad you can take off the fuel rail (being careful to relieve the fuel pressure first) and then replace the injector, which snaps into both the block and the fuel rail, please also note that when you do this, be sure the old "o" rings come out with the old inject and the new injectors have the "o" ring in place, i once had a bad experience whyen i neglected to do so. Good Luck!
Are you sure you have correct timing? its definetly a fule problem, if timing is good then turn your key to the on position and try to listin for the fule pump to prime. While the key is in on position go to fuel rail, there is a valve on fule rail called sharader valve. Get a small screw driver and press valve in to check if car has fule pressure. if pressure is present then it is incorrect timing or possible bad cam sensor.
when tracers stop out of the blue like this, it can be a number of things. #1 is fuel pump failure or pump relay, or fuse. check to see if there is perssure at fule rail. check fule pressure regulator. #2 is ignition coil failure, or no spark. check plug wire from coil for spark. that will get you going in right direction. good luck.