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
There is not much you can do for a leaky fuel injector but they do not cost much, they only run around 20 dollars.
A Dodge Neon is port injected.
matters where the leak is at
Assuming we are talking about an Electronic Fuel Injector, in an EFI system the fuel injector opens and sprays the pressurised fuel into the engine when signaled by an Engine Control Module (ECM).
It is a part of a fuel system that injects fuel into the manifold or into the cylinder of an engine.
Remove pressure from the fuel system. Remove fuel lines and the rails. Get a fuel injector puller to avoid the risk of damaging the injector. Remove the old injector and replace it.
It has a multi-point fuel injection system with one injector on each cylinder.
someone told me $500+
In order to disable a fuel injector on a Dodge Ram 5.9 L, you will need to locate the Schrader valve along the engine's line. You then will need to take a screwdriver and simply detach the battery cable.
To measure the fuel system pressure
Could be a leaking fuel injector.
the fuel pump is in the gas tank
According to Haynes Repair Manual for 1987 to 1996 Dakota, for 2.5L engines, code 27 means: Fuel injector control circuit. For 3.9L and 5.2L engines, code 27 means: Injector output circuit not responding.
First off, a 1995 Dakota is fuel injected. The fuel line hooks to the injector rail.First off, a 1995 Dakota is fuel injected. The fuel line hooks to the injector rail.
Leaking injector is the most common cause.
To my knowlege the spider fuel injector system came out in the 96 models. 1995 still had the throttle body injection.
This system does not have a "Fuel mix valve" it should have one single injector that sets above a venturi (throttle body) that is controlled by the ECM (computer).
There are actually 6 on a V6 and 8 on a V8. They are located on the fuel rail, on the intake, on top of the engine.
Dodge doesn't use fuel switches. The fuel system is computer controlled with relays.
Restrictor fitting on the back of the head.
No, the fuel system needs drained and flushed.