I had this on mine and it was a faulty injector
It has 6 injector 1 Injector per cylinder
There is one injector for each cylinder.
Rough running and very bad idle. They will also put more fuel into the cylinder than it can burn. The extra fuel will end up in the oil pan so your oil level will rise and it will smell like fuel. You can start the car and pressurize the fuel system. Shut the car off and watch the pressure at the fuel rail. If it drops too much either the injector or the pressure regulator check valve is faulty. If you have a cylinder that is misfiring, you can swap the injector from that cylinder with the injector of a cylinder that isn't and if the misfire moves that injector is bad.
One injector for each cylinder.
Fuel injectors are located on rail by cylinder head
1: Replace the injector. 2: If still misfiring, replace the engine.
It's direct injection, under compression as is used in diesel engines. Most automobile injectors are either throttle body (sort of like a carburetor with one or two injectors serving all cylinders) or manifold injection with an injector for each cylinder.
A diesel truck has as one fuel injector for each cylinder. So a v8 diesel has 8 injectors.
Either a single injector in the inlet manifold or, more normally, in the cylinder head(s), one per cylinder.
The fuel injectors are located over each cylinder of the engine block.
Either the "O" rings are bad where the injectors go into the cylinder head or the electrical connector on the injector is leaking.
2008 malibu 3.6 L code says PO302 misfiring Misfiring in number 2 cylinder. Could be an ignition problem with a bad spark plug or spark plug wire. Could also be a bad fuel injector. Could also be a mechanical problem such as a bad valve. Start with new plugs and wires.
The 2004 Chevrolet Trailblazer fuel injectors can be found inside of the cylinder head. You will need to remove the valve covers in order to access the fuel injectors.
The 1999 Escalade uses the GM 5.7L V8 engine which has one injector for each cylinder. The V8 has 8 cylinders, so there are 8 injectors...
the injector may be worn off, try replacing the flooded cylinder injector
This engine will have seven injectors. 6 are the running injectors and there is a "Cold Start" injector.
IF it is a V8 engine, it will have 8 injectors.If it is a V6 engine it will have 6 injectors.Engines have 1 injector for each cylinder.
Need to check the coil wire, and all other ignition parts.
could be bad spark plug bad plug wire bad cap bad rotor bad injector just check the plug try switching the wire from three with another if it then misses on same cylinder then pull cap and rotor and check for any burnt spots other than where spark should be sparkin if there are repace cap and rotor if none then its the injector try switching injectors to make double shure its the injector before you go buy a costly part if not the injector take it in
Fuel injector?, wire? manifold leak?
Feel the exhaust manifold at each cylinder as it is running, if an injector isn't working the manifold at that cylinder exhaust port won't get hot. Some of those Ford diesels had a problem with the electrical connection where the injector harness passes through the valve covers.
Depends on the car... If you can see the injectors, you'll need to disconnect the wiring harnesses from the injectors... (there is also usually a boot over the injector). You then need to disconnect the injector from the fuel rail. (careful not to strip the little fitting). You can then use a wrench or injector socket to remove the injector. Make sure you replace the gaskets and seals when installing the new injectors. (might need teflon tape around the pipe fitting where the injector feeds from the fuel rail).
A malfunctioning fuel injector pump will cause the injectors to not fire properly. The fuel injector pump will need to be replaced.
which injector you looking for? there are 8 injectors in that engine