no the engine would still run fine if it spits and sputters sounds like timing mine did the same thing when i changed intake manifold gaskets
Hey Ryan==Try some injector cleaner in the tank. If it still does it, give it a good tune up. GoodluckJoe
And you still have a skip? Probably a bad injector.
Found what? If the injector is leaking, no O Ring will fix that. Replace the injector.
this is most likely a bad injector. Try a tank of premium gas and Lucas injector cleaner. If it still misses, you probably need to change an injector.
You may have a bad fuel injector. Try to single out which cylinder is dead, then remove that spark plug, if the plug is clean and dry you have a faulty fuel injector.
I wish I could answer you but I am having the same problem with my 89 Chevy s10 everything was fine till working on distributor. put new computer in still not help have fuel pressure. If you fixed your problem maybe you could give me some info?
To my knowlege the spider fuel injector system came out in the 96 models. 1995 still had the throttle body injection.
Could be a dead fuel injector.
It might sputter and sound like it is trying.
injector is bad
Not just one. It will still start but will miss.
Are you sure you are changing injector #7? Should be the injector closest to the firewall on the drivers side. If you are changing the correct injector, and the code remains, the problem is with the wiring from the injector to the pcm (computer) or the computer itself. You can check for correct battery voltage at the injector with a volt/ohm meter (how does the connector look at the injector?). This year of Durango/Dakota had trouble with computers too, although I have not heard of specific injector trouble being caused by the computer. Most likely a wiring problem. It may even be the TPS
could very well be the injector. could also be the distributer or the plug lead
The switch is out or you have crossed wires-it's still getting current. Use a test light with switch off on hot wire between switch & motor. If there is current, your switch is bad.
Spark plug wires? Coil pack? Dirty injector? Spark plug wires? Coil pack? Dirty injector? Spark plug wires? Coil pack? Dirty injector?
Mine is a 54 Plate with 112000 on it and still going strong. About to change the copper injector washers, I'm getting a bit of injector blow back.
You need to check the EGR valve, It may be opening to soon. Have you check the timing???
1: Replace the injector. 2: If still misfiring, replace the engine.
Relieve the fuel pressure. Unplug the injector rail wire harness. Remove the two fuel rail mounting bolts and the small screw and clip that secure the lines to the exhaust camshaft housing. Pull strait out while wiggling the fuel rail. At the top of the injector,remove the clip and unplug the electric. Remove the clip on the bottom of the rail that holds the injector in. Pull the injector strait out. Check that the O-rings are still attached to the bottom of the injector and at the top. If not, CAREFULLY.. remove them from the holes that they were mounted in.
Did you gap the spark plugs before u inserted them into the block casue that can have a big effect.
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I HAVE A 1992 CHEVY S-10 2.8 V-6 ALMOST 200,000 MILES AND STILL GOING BUT BODY HAS SOME ROTTING PROBLEMS BUT STILL GOES AND NOT MUCH MAINTAINANCE ISSUES EITHER REGULAR OIL CHANGES BUT NO MAJOR BREAKDOWNS AS OF YET I have a '95 s10 2.2l 4 cy 2wd extended cab manual tranny. It has 300,000 on it an still going. replaced the clutch once. body and interior good still, just normal maintenance stuff done. engine runs good still, but I need new injector seals now
It would have to cross the road first.
The fuel injectors will be located on a metal rail along the intake manifold. It could be a TBI (throttle body injection) The injector\injectors will be at the throttle body intake area. If this car still has a carburetor then it wont have injectors. Hope this helps you.