You could have accidentally put in some bad gas. You could also have gotten water in your gas tank. There are many other reasons it could be having this problem including a transmission that could be going out.
yes, they will but because of the larger displacement of the 350 its going to go lean. If you are using a multiport injection system the 305 utilized 19lb/hr injectors where as the 350's used 22lb/hr injectors. If you change out the injectors you also have to make adjustments in the computer to match. You might be able to get away with bumping the fuel pressure up to get a little more out of the 19lb/hr injectors. But it is still not a good idea.
use a noid light set to determine if pulse is going to the fuel injectors.
it could be in the pickup coil .ive had this problem even if the plugs are fireing the pickup coil controls the fuel injectors also
Most often you will find it to be a clogged fuel filter. Alternately check for clogged injectors
I had the same exact problem and i had 5 out of my 6 fuel injectors going bad so i would have them checked out if you havent already
connection could be loose. Or the switch might be going out
It may be due to faulty glow plugs.
The first thing could be the fuel injectors may need cleaned. The second thing could be that the oxygen censor is going bad.
I believe the computer controls the grounds,not the positive.Therefore the injectors are"live"when the key is on,but don't fire till the computer grounds them.
Fuel injectors are not a 'wear item', meaning you don't replace them on a schedule - replace them when - IF - they fail.Surprisingly, injectors are not a common failure on today's engines. A lot like the Engergizer bunny, they just keep going.
A 1995 Dodge 1500 doesn't have a carburetor. It has a throttle body. A fuel line does not connect to the throttle body. The fuel is supplied to fuel injectors via a fuel rail.