It took me a week to get around to it, but I finally pulled out the
injectors. I found my problem, I think - the plastic around the outlet
side of the suspect injector was cracked. I blew the piece out of the
block and I THINK the problem is gone, though obviously I want a new
Also a piece of plastic jammed in one of the connectors in this
n Nov 4, 1:44 pm, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
You injectors are probably fine and only replacing the o-rings and
plastic caps is worth a shot. You can get the o-ring/cap kit for a few
bucks each injector at a pepboys, really cheap. Do all four injectors.
I wouldn't buy any injectors until after you've done the rings and
caps and the problem persists.
The problem I had was that when that broken injector was rotated to
certain angles, one cylinder (that one, I guess) would miss. I think
the loose piece of plastic was interfering with the fuel flow. That
problem is now, hopefully, gone. But the O-rings definitely need
replacing, you're right.
Pep Boys, Autozone and the independents around me didn't have any of
this stuff in stock. I found O-ring kits at rockauto.com, but not the
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