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I tested my injectors and all are good but the # 1 injector when the car is running and I unplug it it doesn't do anything it contiues to run

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    check for resistance and compare to a good injector

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I'm guessing the number one cylinder is not working and the vehicle runs poorly?

listen to the injector with a screwdriver. The metal end touching the injector and the handle end near your ear. Can you hear it clicking like the other injectors?

If you think you have the problem identified as the injector being bad there is a do-it-yourself trick to confirm the problem is the injector. Carefully remove the injector rail (the rail is under pressure so be careful and aware that gas can come spraying out of it at anytime. This should be done on a cold engine and outside away from any building just in case it catches on fire!!! Anyways swap the #1 injector with any other injector and then reinstall the fuel rail. If the misfire moves to the cylinder that has the number one injector installed in it than you have confirmed that the injector is bad. If the misfire is still on the number one cylinder you'll need to dig a little deeper.

Posted on Sep 28, 2010

Compare OHM Readings to other injectors (may not show any difference,but try it)
Put the connector next to #1, on #1 and see if it fires. No, Injector is bad
Yes, #1 harness issues,work your way back to the computer and check connectors.

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How to remove and clean fuel injectors


can be lots of things. (gas engine, size not STATED)
not just injectors.
here is what we do and not waste time (hard work) on them.
1: ENGINE COMPRESSION TEST. W.O.T. (or leak down tool)
2: we do the 60k tuneup now, you know, the old drill. spark plugs, cables cap and rotor, wow, spark is good and the misfire is gone..
(like the oldest story on earth, on cars)
3: fueling.
is one cylinder dead,? is one spark plug wet.
did you do the dead cylinder tests, ( shorting a spark plug or use any IR pyro temperature gun tool pointed to the exhaust ports to see if they are all hot near same?
in the olden days, finger near there , told me that, but if you slip you burn fingers , fast forward to day the tool is $15 and not burns.
i make sure all injectors are firing next.
i use a NOID lamp at each injector
i check all injector coils for 10 ohms or all the same.
i listen to each injector with my $5 stethoscope, click click.
if all that passes, i then do the injector balance test using
my $20 fuel pressure guage. (ask)

to panic an remove the injectors is covered in the FSM
http://www.jeep4x4center.com/knowledge-base/index.htm?utm_source=cj#service

the process is the same on all MPI engines.
1: pull battery neg lug.
2: discharge the fuel line pressure using FSM method.
do not do this indoors or near valuables. or near fire.
wear goggles, have fire extinguisher near by. and a blanket.
3: unplug all injectors.
4: unbolt the fuel rail.
bam, they are all free. to yank out.

good engine
good spark
good fueling, in that order or waste huge time and effort and wasted parts.

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Started engine and was running rough Check engine lamp came on Used code reader and found code p0306 Remove plugs Compression test no.6 was 175 and the rest were 150 replaced spark plugs and retry Still...


You've done a great job of trouble shooting thus far. I would certainly suspect the injector after all of that. But, I didn't see anything about you replacing the spark plug itself. I would try that first as a crack in the insulator (even hairline) will cause mis-fires. If the spark plug doesn't fix the mis-fire, it cold be caused by a bad fuel injector, bad signal (like a loose harness or bad wire) to the fuel injector, or a leak or valve issue on that cylinder.

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Car runs perfect cold. when it hits running temperature #1 cylinder cuts out but still has spark. could this be a injector problem


Hi!

Might be the spark plug. Or injector as you said, And i would suggest that you test the injector and see if it
does functions. Good luck

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1992 300ZX: I Have a 1992 300zx and it doesnt sound right, and...


spark plugs, coil packs, fuel injectors and all the wires that connect to them. you can take a multimeter to check them. a good working fuel injector should run at 14 ohms. if your injectors have ohm'ed out over specs, they need to be replaced. You can check and see which is the culprit by doing a power balance test. With the engine running pull the connector to the ignition coil, if the idle stumbles then that coil is working properly. On the other hand if it does'nt then either the injector or the coil is bad.

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Check each cylinder using a timing light.
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If the light flashes while the engine is runing the spark to the cylinder is good.
If the noid lights up while the engine is running the fuel injectors are good.

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