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My Mazda miata fuse box under the hood the black square fuse that runs the injectors whats the official name for it so I can find a new one some thing like a fule injector modulator?
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More Info, If You Do Not Find A Modulator, You Could Have a Different Trans. If You Have A Square Pan With 16 Bolts Then You Have A 4L60 or TH700( no modulator on these) If the pan is oval and 17 Bolts Has 4L80 ( no modulator on these) Hope This Helps You Should Have A TH400 Trans & It Does Have A Modulator.
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How do you change a fuel injector on 95 Sunfire?
I've had two injectors replaced on my '96. It's a lot more direct than I thought it would be. Naturally, I suggest picking up a Haynes or Chilton manual for your car. Their photos and text make the job easy to understand. I'm not really sure I can describe the job here with enough detail to let you run out to the garage and have at it, though. Basically, you have to remove the cover from the throttle cable. It's the black boxy lookin' thing on the passenger side of the engine behind the valve cover, into which the throttle cable enters. Then, remove the throttle cable so you can get at the bolts to remove the entire throttle assembly. Next, locate and remove the long, narrow plate that retains the injectors. Mine has a couple of Torx screws holding it on. That plate runs across the engine and covers just enough of each injector to keep it from popping out. It should be fairly obvious. You have to remove the electrical connector from the injector, but frankly, I don't remember if you want to do that before or after you pull the injector out of it's seat. I bought my new injectors at Auto Zone for about $76 each, but just watched as my mechanic installed them. I replaced them one at a time, twice. (chasing a leak) My mechanic did it for a 12 pack of beer each time. She's awesome! Anywhere else would have been quite expensive. Anyway, when she put the new injectors in, she put, I guess, some Vaseline on the outside of the injector bodies. I guess this lets them slide in easily and keeps the O rings supple. And DO replace the O rings! New ones should come in the injector container. (Ask around. The Vaseline stuff she used, might have been some special, auto oriented lube.) Then she just slipped them back into the seats. We had to push them down pretty hard to get them seated properly. Following all of that, put everything back together, fire the old girl up, and see that she runs OK and that there are no leaks. If you DO have a small leak, try rotating the injector in it's seat a little bit. Sometimes the O rings just need a little help to seat right. Also, trusted mechanic says that sometimes a small leak will go away in a day or two as the O ring finds it's home. If you have a BIG leak, you've done something wrong and have to go back to square one, or, you got a bad injector (unlikely) and you still have to go back to square one. Hope this helps. Get the Haynes Manual! Let us know how everything turns out, OK? FriPilot