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Old 03-25-2013, 08:04 AM
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Injector problems please help

HEY GUYS FOR SOEM REASON MY CAR HAS BEEN GIVING ME INJECTOR PROBLEMS AND LEFT ME STRANDED THE OTHER DAY CYLINDER 1,2,3 ARE MISS FIRING ARE THESE CARS COMEN FOR THIS ??????
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HEY GUYS FOR SOEM REASON MY CAR HAS BEEN GIVING ME INJECTOR PROBLEMS AND LEFT ME STRANDED THE OTHER DAY CYLINDER 1,2,3 ARE MISS FIRING ARE THESE CARS COMEN FOR THIS ??????

How do you know injectors are bad?
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How do you know injectors are bad?
And why are you yelling?
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Unfortunately, they are. My injectors were replaced on two separate occassions and apparently they're not cheap if out of warranty.
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If your car is reporting multiple misfires and they diagnose injectors I would suspect that its the common carbon buildup. The cars reporting a miss fire because of fuel rich condition this is because you have at least one bad injector and not enough air coming in to the cylinder because the airway is blocked.

Whats your mileage?

Its best to replace all 6 injectors and check for carbon buildup on the air intake.
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How do you know injectors are bad?

Mileage?
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