Question about 2001 Saturn SL
I think it is the vacume leak too, but you wanted to know about checking the injectors.. easy. if you have a stethoscope( 10bucks at store) place it on the injector and listen for clicks, do this on each injector to compare.. no clicks is bad injector or wiring or possible ecm.. swap injector with known good one to verify.
you can also use a screw driver in place of a stethoscope, but not as cool to use.
Posted on Oct 14, 2015
Notorious for intake leaks, use propane around the engine and listen for the increase in idle and try to pin point where the vacuum leak may be. May even be just a vacuum hose leaking. :)
Posted on Oct 11, 2010
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