The injectors really don't "fire". They squirt a very fine mist of gas that is then "fired" The injectors could have a plugged tip and not be squirting the mist of gas. A few cans of injector cleaner could be added to the gas tank which would clean the pinholes at the end of the injectors. You could also change the injectors to new ones. (Not horribly expensive) BUT if all the injectors fail all at once, the computer could be to blame by not sending the correct info to the the injectors,and no gas is being sprayed into the engine. I'd suggest getting the engine hooked up to a diagnostic computer at a reliable garage to see whats up. Good Luck!
I looked and looked for a year to as why my fuel injectors on my Mercury Capri were not working.i found a post a fellow put up about a blue wire that gives power to the injectors.This wire is only visible after removing the cruise control box on the drivers side and or the windshield washer fluid reservoir.
You will see a big green connector with the large blue wire going thru it.Mine was corroded to the point as where i touched it,it came off both ends of the connector.
I cut the wires back and one butt connector later,my capri started right up.
Hope this helps!
The model year info would help.
plugged heater core or bad blower motor or vent plugs
Capri is a small island. There are no cities on Capri
the speedometer is based off of a gear in the tranny that spins.
You would probably weigh less cause there is no air on mercury.
Most likely it is the fuel level sending unit that has gone bad. This would have to be replaced.
Too complicated to relate here, and you would need a diagram. I would suggest getting the manual. Many libraries have it.
Just a suggestion Check the flywheel
Either the "O" rings are bad where the injectors go into the cylinder head or the electrical connector on the injector is leaking.
I would suspect over voltage as to the reasons why fuel injectors would burn out. The pulse that opens the injectors comes from the engine control module so I would check that along with associated wiring. Check the wiring for shorts to other wires.
Wiring and internal engine problems can cause misfires.
It could be a variety of things. dirty air filter, worn out spark plugs, bad 02 sensor, clogged fump filter, or even dirty injectors.
BAD INJECTORS ON NEWER MODELS ????
Bad fuel filter or clogged fuel injectors
you would have to change its place cause we would all burn cause its right next to the sun.
Dirty fuel injectors or spark plugs
you may have water in you gas and your injectors may be clogged.
the injectors are prlly bad just cause you clean them dont make them good so i would get new ones
I had a 1987 Chevy Celebrity that would start and then immediately die. It turned out to be bad fuel injectors. I replaced three fuel injectors and the problem has not returned.
You would die cause it's posinoius
A bad ingnition module, Are a bad computer.
I say mercury Cause alcohol will melt faster
Pinging louder during first few seconds when started is normal for this engine. if the valve is sticking you should have a bad miss fire and the car would run ruff if the car runs smooth still it's a rod
Starter drag? Injectors leaking - vapor lock? Starter drag? Injectors leaking - vapor lock?