Question about 1988 Ford F 150
I had a mouse chew injector wiring and i repaired it
also changed fuel pressure regulator and it would run and start but now it wont and its flooding its self this truck has been setting for two years till now but tanks are clean and pumps working. could my injectors be mechanicly bad from shorting out or stuck open i ohmed them and the all were the same.
I had exactly the same problem when I bought a ford pu last year for resale. 4 injector wiring lines were chewed through. I tried starting it before I fixed them, and it ran on the other 4... but it did foul the plugs that had chewed lines, so I changed them & that solved the problem. So if you have the right fuel pressure at the fuel rail, and your injector wiring has been done correctly, i would not buy new injectors until i put new plugs in those cylinders.
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