No, I remove the rail from the intake, but leave the injectors and fuel lines connected. Turn the key to ON, but not start. This pressurizes the system, and it will show if you have a leaking injector. What are the problems you are having, that makes you think you have a bad one?chucky200sx said:You mean removing the spark plugs wires one at a time?
I got nothing from that. However I'm wondering if that's b/c it's just not that bad yet...
Maybe the nest step is to swap their spots and see if there is any difference.
I dunno, sounded like it really really could be it, but I'm not so sure now.
Where do I start.... in sum:eric96ser said:What are the problems you are having, that makes you think you have a bad one?
Man, I'm digging up an oldie, but I'm having the same exact issue as described above. If you could shine light on to what your issue was, it would be much appreicated. :biggthumpgood i wanna *** too
when i leave the car for a while and come back to start it...the motor turns over as if it were to start but doesnt, i have to do that once or twice untill the car starts, then when its starts, if i shut it off instantly, and start it back up again, it starts right back up...as if nuthing was wrong
the battery seems pretty good to me,
so i came to the conclusion that my injectors are prolly leaking and bleeding off some fuel in the cylinder making it hard to start after its been sitting for 2 hours or so
today i pulled out the rail with injectors and everything attached, and placed some paper towel under it, i then turned the key on untill i heard the fuel pump primed up then went back to see if the paper towels were damp or what not, unfortunatly i found nuthing...so tomorow *** pull em out again and leave it under the paper towel over night and see if i see any dampness under any of the injectors....
Thanks for your response, Cal; my problem isn't hot starts. It's starts up right away if I turn it off and start it either:
- within 2 mins of shutting it off
- after 2-3 days of shutting it off; this is really weird because it starts up no issues no matter how cold it is outside within a split second
Flooding is probably happening but I'm unsure whether it is due to a bad coolant temp sensor, bad o2, bad AFPR, leaky injectors, bad MAF/ground, or other. If it is leaky injectors, your advice is golden for a fix for the injectors I currently have in the block. I may have to consider it, since I do have replacements, but they're 520s, so a retune would be req'd. I'm trying to keep the costs low for the moment.