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Old 05-19-2008, 04:15 AM
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injectors/pulse plugs

I was looking into buying some injectors but I was wonder how hard it is to install them and how long it would take a licenced mechanic to install them. Also I have been reading up on pulse plugs and was wondering what yours guys thoughts are on them.
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Half a hr is the flate rate time on it. They are simple as hell. Just make damn sure you replace the rubber O rings with new ones or else you will leakgas.

Pretty much all you have to do is

Releave your fuel pressure because you will probibly have 30-40 lbs of pressure in the fuel line and fuel rail.
1. Disconnect your negitive batter cable then pop off your gas cap
2 Loosen the 12mm banjo nut on your fuel rail slowly about 1 turn get a rag also because their will still be gas that will leak from it.
3. Disconnect your reture hose and vacume hose from the fuel pressure regulator
4. Take out the nuts holding the fuel rail to the intake manifold should be three.
5. Put clean engine oil on the O rings so they dont kink or tear then put the Injectors into the fuel rail first, then put the injectors into the intake manifold. Reason you put them in the fuel rail first is to prevent damnage to the new O rings.
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Half a hr is the flate rate time on it. They are simple as hell. Just make damn sure you replace the rubber O rings with new ones or else you will leakgas.

Pretty much all you have to do is

Releave your fuel pressure because you will probibly have 30-40 lbs of pressure in the fuel line and fuel rail.
1. Disconnect your negitive batter cable then pop off your gas cap
2 Loosen the 12mm banjo nut on your fuel rail slowly about 1 turn get a rag also because their will still be gas that will leak from it.
3. Disconnect your reture hose and vacume hose from the fuel pressure regulator
4. Take out the nuts holding the fuel rail to the intake manifold should be three.
5. Put clean engine oil on the O rings so they dont kink or tear then put the Injectors into the fuel rail first, then put the injectors into the intake manifold. Reason you put them in the fuel rail first is to prevent damnage to the new O rings.

I think you left out unplug your old injectors, ha ha I havn't messed with my 5th Gen yet but my 3rd had these little metal clasps like a clip retainer around three sides of the injector and snapped in to hold the injector wire connector in place. Be careful if the 5th Gens are the same cause you can loose one of those clips really fast.
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