How often should you get a fuel injection?
You should get it done every 15,000-30,000 miles.
Assuming that you are asking about fuel injection, fuel injection is an alternative to using a carburetor to get the fuel to the cylinders. There are several different types of fuel injection. Probably the three most common are throttle body fuel injection, port fuel injection and direct fuel injection. Throttle body fuel injection uses something that looks a good deal like a carburetor but has one, two or more electrical operated solenoid valves that spray…
The word electronic is used to describe that the fuel injection is controlled by electronics, while multi-point injection is indicative of multiple injectors placed just upstream of each cylinder's intake valve. All modern fuel injection today is done electronically (the only reason people use the term electronic fuel injection is because it sounds better than single-point fuel injection.)
Anything after about 1991 is fuel injected. However, you can enter your VIN number into google, and click on a website that has the information for that truck, and it should tell you the type of fuel injection that it has. For example, I have a 1994 Cheyenne 5.0L TBI. This means that it is THROTTLE BODY INJECTED. Yours should be similar.
EFI is electronic fuel injection MPFI is multi port fuel injection. MPFI is a form of EFI so there is no real answer. There is also TBI, throttle body injection. EFI is electronic fuel injection MPFI is multi port fuel injection. MPFI is a form of EFI so there is no real answer. There is also TBI, throttle body injection.
1996 Chevy Cheyenne with a diesel motor does it have a manual fuel injection or electric fuel injection?
Multi point fuel injection is the latest way to deliver fuel to the cylinder while sticking to ever increasingly hard emissions tests. A multipoint fuel injection system typically delivers fuel to each cylinder individually. (each cylinder has it's own injector) Central port fuel injection and carburetion delivered fuel to a central point.