a leaking fuel injector must be replaced
There is not much you can do for a leaky fuel injector but they do not cost much, they only run around 20 dollars.
Leaking fuel filter or fuel filter connections; Plugged, dirty or poorly connected fuel injector(s); Punctured or damaged fuel tank.
Yes, it is fuel injected.
replace the rubber o rings u may have to replace the injector if its leaking fuel through it
replace the "o" rings
injector tubes are leaking
Click on the link to your right for the answer. Because of a gas leak?????? Leaking fuel filter or fuel filter connections; Plugged, dirty or poorly connected fuel injector(s); Leaking or faulty fuel pump; Leaking fuel lines; Punctured or damaged fuel tank.
one of my injector are leaking and can I fix that by replacing small o-ring? Thank you
Some pos problems include leaking fuel injectors leaks ,fuel pump leaking main injector pump and crack cly sleave
The fuel injector on that cylinder is probably leaking and if so, there is be more fuel than the spark can ignite.
u send it to a mechanic or buy a new fuel injector or tank if its leaking
fuel injector reset button
Could be a leaking fuel injector.
Cracked intake manifold...
leaking injector or bad o2 sensor
You have a leaky injector. If you can get the vehicle to start, add a little injector cleaner to your next tank of fuel. Sometimes that is enough to clean the sticky/leaking injector. Some people have recommended 8 oz of acetone per 10 gallons of fuel to clean sticky/leaking injectors.
The most common problem, when a 1990 Geo tracker floods out with gas, is a bad fuel injector. The injector might be leaking or injecting a steady stream of fuel
Leaking fuel filter or fuel filter connections; Plugged, dirty or poorly connected fuel injector(s).
Leaking injector is the most common cause.
can i change 1 fuel injector on 4.3 6 cylinder silverado 2003.
A leaking injector/ injector cup is most likely the cause. A less likely cause would be a cracked head.
It can be battery, faulty coolant temperature sensor, faulty cold start injector, malfunctioning fuel system, injector leaking.
It's very likely you have a leaking fuel injector, these seem to go bad a lot on older Jeeps. Sometimes it's just the o-ring in the injector, othertimes the whole injector.
Usually bad injector cups. Leaking fuel seals, fuel system restriction, and bad injectors are other possibilities.