look at the front of the motor and your see the nu 1 injector line on the right side of the head break the line loose and have someone turn the motor over tile the air bleeds out carful not to get the starter to hot and when the air is out it will fire right up but unless you ran it out of fuel or did something wronge putting in a new fuel fifter you may have a hole in the line some where
you open all the injector lines at the injectors . Then pump the fuel pump primer on the fuel pump . fuel will flow out one or more of the injector line , close the injector line and roll the engine over until the next injector start to flow fuel and so on , why are you having problems
i know with diesel engines if you run out of diesel, or change any part of your fuel line you will need to bleed your injectors to get it to run. you may have to bleed them all before it will run.
Dodge Cummins Injectors can be purchased from many suppliers that have this particular product. Some of the websites that one can order this product from include eBay and Injector Warehouse.
Problem in the injectors. Put a can of injector cleaner in the gas and see if it helps.
My best advice, born from owning quite a few Cummins' powered vehicles, is to take it to a Cummins mechanic. If the pressures through the fuel system gets out of sync you can burn up the injector pump and then not only are you replacing the injectors, the pump and the lift pump. Mucho donero...
Depends on where the leak is.
On a 2000 model the fuel system is self priming. But it you have change the injectors it can be a problem. On the exhaust side of the valve cover loosen any two injector lines (most easy to get to lines). Crank engine over and when it starts to fire tighten the lines back up.
You will have to pull the fuel injectors/rail first, then replace the small rubber O-Rings on the injector tips, reinstall , Check for leaks. If you still have leaks, Replace the leaking injectors.. The Doc.... You're Welcome...If this solves your problem. Post your response 96 dodge intrepid leaky injectors fixed,to the Doc.
It could be a faulty injector, the rest of your injectors might be working fine and running your engine, but your gasoline could be backing up onto your oil system and corrupting it, I would say to bring it in and get it checked out as soon as possible It could be a faulty injector, the rest of your injectors might be working fine and running your engine, but your gasoline could be backing up onto your oil system and corrupting it, I would say to bring it in and get it checked out as soon as possible
Remove the gas cap and that will relieve pressure in the tank. There is a Schroeder valve on the fuel injector rail. Use that to relieve pressure at the injectors.
you are wrong, you don't have a bleeder valve The system was designed to be factory filled and bled. No bleed screw. You can bleed the system but it requires dismantling the slave and master cylinders and is not recommended
remove fuel rail above the injectors un hook the wire and pop it out clean around the injector before removeing it keep the dirt out of the cyl use alittle grease on the oring when you put the new one in
If you did not open any brake lines and only replaced the pads there is no need to bleed the system.
If you look hard enought there is a way to bleed the clutch but its a whole process....,they come pre bleed from the factory so theres no manufacture instructions
the library should have a shop manual for this vehicle, you can make copies of the right sections :)
It is self bleeding.It is self bleeding.
A Dodge Neon is port injected.
Bad injector or injector wiring on cylinder #3.
A 2001 Neon has four fuel injectors.
There is no such part.
Remove cap from Power steering resevoir Turn wheel from "Lock to Lock" several times should bleed system
Did you bleed the air valve? if you open any part of the cooling system on a dodge intrepid, ie: change the radiator hose or thermostat housing. You need to bleed the air out the Valve. If not the car will over heat.