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Bad fuel infector on #1 cyl. Do I have to pull fuel rail or just remove phillips head screws on injector and replace . I know I have to take pressure off fuel rails.

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YEP YOU HAVE TO REMOVE FUEL RAIL TO REPLACE FUEL INJECTOR AND NEED A NEW O - RING ALSO.YOU HAVE TO GET NEW O - RING AT NISSAN DEALERSHIP.

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03 3.7 have new o rings for bottom of injectors do you put it on the head first or on the injector just put head gaskets on jeep


old post but see it asked many times.
assemble the rail first, its 1 piece so must be ready first.
3.7L Engine (FSM) RTM?
(1) If fuel injectors are to be installed, refer to Fuel
Injector Removal/Installation.
(2) Clean out fuel injector machined bores in
intake manifold.
(3) Apply a small amount of engine oil to each fuel
injector o-ring. This will help in fuel rail installation.
(4) Position fuel rail/fuel injector assembly to
machined injector openings in cylinder head.
(5) Guide each injector into cylinder head. Be careful
not to tear injector o-rings.
(6) Push right side of fuel rail down until fuel
injectors have bottomed on cylinder head shoulder.
Push left fuel rail down until injectors have bottomed
on cylinder head shoulder.
(7) Install 4 fuel rail mounting bolts and tighten.
Refer to torque specifications.
(8) Install 6 ignition coils. Refer to Ignition Coil
Removal/Installation.
(9) Connect electrical connectors to throttle body.
(10) Connect electrical connectors at all fuel injectors.
To install connector, refer to (Fig. 37). Push connector
onto injector (1) and then push and lock red
colored slider (2). Verify connector is locked to injector
by lightly tugging on connector.
(11) Connect necessary vacuum lines to throttle
body.
(12) Connect fuel line latch clip and fuel line to
fuel rail. Refer to Quick-Connect Fittings.
(13) Install air box to throttle body.
(14) Install air duct to air box.
(15) Connect battery cable to battery.
(16) Start engine and check for leaks.

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Replacing fuel injector


year car?
TBI or MPI? what engine, there are 4 or more.. 4 and 6 cylinders.
in general. I will spin the Karnac wheel of fortune and land on MPI.

1: depressurize fuel system.
2: remove rail bolts.
3: remove rail,
4: unplug injector connector ,under suspicion. (can be done first)
5: pull out injector from its cushion.

you could RTM and heed all warings... many
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Symptoms bad fuel injector,


If your fuel injection system has a fuel rail to deliver fuel to the injectors, you will have to remove it before you can remove the injectors.
First disconnect the fuel line at the end of the fuel rail. If there is another lune at the other end remove it too. (always be careful, some of these lines are under pressure).
Remove the screws or bolts which ever is holding the rail in place, if the wiring travels over the rail disconnect it first.
With everything disconnected, pull the rail away from the injectors. Most of the rails are just pressed on to the top of the injector tops, once you've removed the screws the rail should come off easily.
If your vehicle doesn't have a fuel rail then you have to disconnect the clips to each injector. Each injector will have a clip either at the top or at the top on the side that connects to the wire harness. Most fuel injector wiring plugs are held in place by a springy wir. To remove this wire, put a flat head screwdriver between the wire spring and the clip and CAREFULLY pull it away (don't loose it).
With everything off, you are are ready to remove the injectors (it is recommended that you use an injector puller) it is important that you don't break anything or let dirt and debri fall inside of the port wholes of the engine.
With the injector puller you just slide it under the injector and pop it right out.
To put the new injectors in just do the same as removing the in reverse. Remember to be careful and don't force anything.

I hope this helps for you.
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How to install a fuel injector on a 2002 jeep liberty 3.7


so that mean the old one is all ready removed.?
or did you mean all steps in the fsm for INJECTOR.
the steps are the same on all EFI fuel rail injectors.
you could google that or you tube it or read the FSM.

hide call keys from step 2 on, or very bad things can happen.
(wife or kids no aware of danger)
ill just cover the (basics)
1: per FSM , depressurize the system, in can be at 60PSI
parked. so avoid fuel in eyes, or a fire. we do that first.
gain access to rail under failure. (RUF) (no barking)
2: remove injector X , wire plug. (failing)
3: then detach the injector rail clamps the both rails off as one....
injector are all now loose, to pull off.
4: add new seals to new injector, and install in reverse order.

that's it, only the gain access , varies,... mostly.

last depressure steps:
run engine,
remove fuel pump relay, engine stalls. key off, hide keys
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next tje FSM words (just the OFF section)

  1. Remove fuel tank filler tube cap.
  2. Perform Fuel System Pressure Release Procedure.
  3. Remove negative battery cable at battery.
  4. Remove air duct at throttle body air box.
  5. Remove air box at throttle body.
  6. Disconnect fuel line latch clip and fuel line at fuel rail. A special tool will be necessary for fuel line disconnection.
  7. Remove necessary vacuum lines at throttle body.
  8. Disconnect electrical connectors at all 6 fuel injectors. Push red colored slider away from injector. While pushing slider, depress tab and remove connector from injector. The factory fuel injection wiring harness is numerically tagged (INJ 1, INJ 2, etc.) for injector position identification. If harness is not tagged, note wiring location before removal.
  9. Disconnect electrical connectors at throttle body sensors.
  10. Remove 6 ignition coils.
  11. Remove 4 fuel rail mounting bolts.
  12. Gently rock and pull left side of fuel rail until fuel injectors just start to clear machined holes in cylinder head. Gently rock and pull right side of rail until injectors just start to clear cylinder head holes. Repeat this procedure (left/right) until all injectors have cleared cylinder head holes.
  13. Remove fuel rail (with injectors attached) from engine.
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I need to replace the manifold to cyl heads gaskets due to coolant leak on my 1998 454 C3500. I've disconnected everything including electical connectors to injectors & all mounting bolts. Fuel rail is...


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Disconnect the negative battery cable.
Before servicing any electrical component, the ignition key must be in the OFF or LOCK position and all electrical loads must be OFF, unless instructed otherwise in these procedures. If a tool or equipment could easily come in contact with a live exposed electrical terminal, also disconnect the negative battery cable. Failure to follow these precautions may cause personal injury and/or damage to the vehicle or its components.
Remove the air cleaner outlet resonator mounting screw.
Disconnect the air cleaner outlet resonator clamp at the throttle body.
Remove the air cleaner outlet duct from air cleaner outlet resonator and air cleaner assembly.
Disconnect the crankcase vent hose clamp and the crankcase vent hose from the top of the engine.
Remove the air cleaner outlet resonator.
Remove the fuel rail bracket.
Remove the fuel injector electrical connectors by pushing in the wire connector clip and pulling the electrical connector away from the fuel injector.
Remove the fuel feed inlet pipe quick connect.
Remove the fuel return pipe from the fuel pressure regulator.
Remove the fuel rail attaching bolts.
Remove the fuel rail assembly from the cylinder head.
Remove the fuel injector retaining clip.
Remove the fuel injector.
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How hard is it to replace a fuel injector?


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