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How do I remove a fuel injector in my 1988 chrysler new yorker?

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There is what is called a fuel rail. The fuel injector fits in between the fuel rail and the intake of the engine. If you look around the rail you will find a few bolts (usually 10mm) holding the rail in place. remove the rail bolts and gently pry up the rail. The injectors fit into each one with an o-ring sealing each side. Watch because sometimes the o-ring will stay in the rail or intake and you want to remove them before trying to put the new injector into it. If you have a little petroleum jelly, put a small amount on the o-ring before inserting it in the rail and intake. Line up all the injectors with the rail and intake and gently push them in. When all are lined up you can lightly tap the rail with a hammer, LIGHTLY tap it into place and reinstall the retaining bolts.

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Posted on Sep 26, 2009

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SOURCE: 1988 Chrysler New yorker emergency fuel shut off

Chrysler does no use a fuel cutt off,(Ford does) the fuel only shuts off in the event of a rool over.

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SOURCE: Chrysler New Yorker Trouble

Hello
The filter is on the right side rear reight below rear seat just before the tire in back
Here is a link with photo and price
http://www.autopartswarehouse.com/details/QQChryslerQQNew_YorkerQQFramQQFuel_FilterQQ19881990QQFFG6563.html

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