Based on the information, I assume it is the fuel filter you changed, that you have good spark and have done a fuel pressure check. I doubt that ALL the injectors would be clogged. I would think the fuel pump is faulty.
it doesnt have one vw thought that the trany fluid would never need to be changed
The first thing could be the fuel injectors may need cleaned. The second thing could be that the oxygen censor is going bad.
Assuming the fuel filter has been changed, most commonly a bad fuel pump.
have the tps sensor changed
Dirty injectors, air filter cloged, spark plugs need changed, catyletic converter stoped up
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Coil, module, injectors double check firing order on wires
hehehe... "dipstick"... teehee
That vehicle would have throttle body fuel injection in which case it would have two fuel injectors.
If two injectors have failed it is more than likely that the other injectors could fail. I would replace all the injectors, or at least inspect them for possible failure
One for each cylinder, 8 cylinders would have 8 injectors.
My 1990 thunderbird is stuck in second gear.Before it was jerking after it would get warm,then it would not stop until u let it cool down then it would be find for awile.
No, I would not recommend you do this.
Replacing fuel injectors is a complex process that includes various steps. Before you replace injectors you should have them tested. Steps to replace would be , releave fuel pressure, disconnect batery, and unplug the injectors and replace.
The 98 Cabrio has a sealed transmission, it does not have a dipstick.
I've changed injectors on my '96, with help from my mechanic.I don't, however, have the 2.3 engine. I would assume that the procedure is similar. I've posted the entire procedure somewhere here, so you might want to look around a bit. My best suggestion is to pick up a Haynes or Chilton manual. They are very good at showing and telling about injectors. FriPilot
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.
1: Raise the hood. 2: Locate Dipstick 3: Pull out dipstick and wipe off with a lint free cloth or paper towel. 4: Re-insert dipstick 5: pull dipstick out again and look to see where the oil marks on the dipstick.
No, the injectors are rated differently, you would be dumping fuel into the engine. The computer and injectors wouldn't match up.
there's four injectors you have two primary and two secondary , the primary injectors are on the top of engine very visible but the secondary you would have to remove upper intake plenum to get to them ...
I've changed injectors on my '96, with help from my mechanic. I would assume that the procedure is similar for your car. It's a pretty direct job, but my best suggestion is to pick up a Haynes or Chilton manual. They are very good at showing and telling about injectors.
Your computer or Module is faulty.
My 96 Sunfire has no red cap, it has a regular dipstick. You'll want to find a small funnel. The fluid goes where the dipstick is supposed to be. I would also go to the parts store and get a new dipstick.