Question about 1991 Ford F250
Crack all the injector lines at the injectors and crank the engine until fuel starts coming out and then tighten all of them back up.
Posted on Mar 08, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
A malfuctioning fuel injector may cause several different things to occur. For the dodge, they actually have a mind of their own as the car manufacturer decided they wanted a unique system of fuel injection, at least different then that of most systems. The control valve may act up and not allow fuel to inject at intervals. Instead, it may take be clogged with debri, gunk, and other trash which needs to be serviced in a shop to be repaired. One very common activity with your fuel injector is it may cause the valve to stay closed and burn gas in a manner that is inconsistent with normal gas usage, the vehicle will start to blow out black and dark smoke out the rear end, trick your cars oxygen sensor, and allow the system to burn a larger amount of fuel for the same mileage. This problem needs to be solved in a shop where the equipment is available to make adjustments and flush out your system.
Posted on Jan 20, 2011
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