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.
Dirty injectors, air filter cloged, spark plugs need changed, catyletic converter stoped up
It would be very unlikely. Fuel injectors give very little problems.
fuel filter? fuel lines? what all have you checked.
Low fuel pressure (fuel pump, pressure regulator, fuel filter), vacuum leak, partially blocked/fouled injectors.
97 mustang! would
Most likely the timing was not set up properly. You need to make sure that the cam and crank are properly timed and all of the electrical is connected properly, then it should start.
The problem could be a number of things, including clogged fuel injectors, a fuel filter or air filter that needs replacing, or a computer problem.
None, If you do it correctly, calibrate the MAF or ECM. Untill you flow more air, you don't need more fuel. Thus no more HP...
A Ford Mustang GT would be a V8
The word Mustang is not in the Spanish vocabulary, it would be used the same as in English, except it would be pronounced differently. A mustang is a horse, the Spanish word for horse is "caballo".
The "Dodge" diesel is actually a Cummins heavy truck engine. With proper maintenance, it should last about 250,000 miles. The injectors will need replacing every 100,000 miles. I would say 500,000 is average for the engine. I do not agree about the injectors. The truck will wear out before the engine does.
That vehicle would have throttle body fuel injection in which case it would have two fuel injectors.
That depends on the type of failure. If there is a problem with ignition, you may see a misfire indicator when you perform diagnostics, or there may be elevated hydrocarbons in the exhaust. If there is a problem with the EGR or injectors, you may see elevated carbon monoxide and hydrocarbons. If the spark-plugs and wires have never been changed, that's a good place to start. If you've done that and still no improvement, make certain that the EGR is functioning properly, but the diagnostics should tell you that. If everything else has checked out, try replacing the injectors. Reconditioned injectors are actually a good decision for older vehicles, since we don't always want to put that much money into them, and the reconditioned injectors typically work just as well as new.
Yes, but it would take some work. My 94 cobra has oversized cams, bigger injectors and cold air intake and I have reached 165 I think I could have got 170 but was about to pass my exit.
The 1st 4 seater Ford Mustang would the 1964 1/2 Ford Mustang.
One for each cylinder, 8 cylinders would have 8 injectors.
That would depend on which engine you have and what year of Ford Mustang
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
that depends on what type of mustang your talking about, if its the everyday mustang gt, then the skyline would leave it in the dust, but if its a shelby gt 500, or a saleen or something then it would be a good race but i think the mustang would edge it out in a drag race, but in a curciut race, the skyline would be too much to handle.
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.
Check the grounding of the bulb. Make sure it was plugged in properly.
The mustang gt 500 is way faster than a skyline, the mustang would smoke it anyday in a race.
No, because the car is old, and may not work or drive properly. Try getting a Ford Mustang 2010, it is newer, and will work and drive really good.