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2 possible solutions. 1 or more serpanteen belts are not engaging ( slipping will smoke like he'll! I burnt all 3 when I started my j30 '96 after almost 2 years! Had to charge the battery overnight..everyone really should have one! Times like that you are gladjya did! And my battery was replaced the day I stopped driving it!). Either that...clogged fuel filter. Seriously, it happened in all three j30's I have owned, and one Jaguar XJ6 with saddle back gas tanks. $55 usually to change...maybe a lil' more depending the garage hrly rates.
for the most part you have to put the car on ramps and remove the screws form the transmission pan and the filter is behind the pan give these websites a try www.alldatadiy.com and www.autozone.com if all fails stop by your local library and get your hands on a Haynes auto repair manual for your car wish you the best of luck Michigan Man.
Switch the fuel injector from number six to number one. Does the number six cylinder still have the same problem? If so the injector is not your problem. If number six injector is fine now and number one has the problem. Then replace the number one fuel injector with a new one. It must have been defective.