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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: my 2000 jimmy will not
Sounds like a bad ICM (Ignition control module). You can remove it and have it tested at Auto Zone or Parts Source before you buy the replacement ICM.
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Posted on Dec 07, 2010
It depends on where the leak is. there are "O" rings at the top and bottom of each injector. If that's where the leak is, then the "O" rings are not very much and it shouldn't take that long to remove the "fuel rail" and replace the bad rings. I would suggest that if it is the "O" ring, then you would be wise to do ALL the "O" rings at the same time. Parts for this service should be available at most auto parts stores.
All the injectors use the same "fuel rail" and it is bolted onto the intake mannifold in most cases. There are clips that hold the injector into the "rail". Juat make sure to blow out the area where the injectors go into the engie so that no dirt gets into the engine. Carb spray helps "lubricate" the "O" rings and makes is easier to remove and install them.
Posted on Jan 28, 2011
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