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Don't just throw parts at a problem, In order to truly diagnose the problem with your fuel system you need to understand how it works. If your car has a slow start condition, chances are you are leaking fuel in one of three places. Fuel injectors, fuel pressure regulator, Or the check valve in the fuel pump assembly are the places you need to verify where the problem is coming from. In this video we will explore these areas to find where the leak is and then how to fix it. Hope you find the video useful
The guys at GREATAUTOHELP.com show you a trick to fix a bad fuel injector on a 3.1l / 3.4l chevy, buick, pontiac, olds engine if you suspect it is bad.http://www.greatautohelp.com Typical concern is a misfire, check engine light (code p0300).
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Cylinder Misfire Fix on Toyota 3.4 L 5VZ-FE V6 - 1999 Toyota 4Runner Please subscribe and check us out on Instagram @Jeep_Noob Fuel Injector Replacement How to. My 1999 Toyota 4Runner was showing a cylinder misfire in cylinder 4 and then in 1. It was only occurring after the engine had warmed up. Initial startup and driving in the morning would run fine and then later on in the day it would start misfiring, check engine light would come on and the engine would be surging. Turns out when the bad fuel injectors get warmed up this will occur. Very similar to either spark plug, spark plug wire or ignition coil issues except that it occurs more frequently after the engine has warmed up. This video will instruct on how to fix the issue Thank you everyone for the support and watching our channel. "Our parodies are for fun, our adventures are our life and this is our lifestyle! Sit back, grab a vodka on the rocks, some tea in a mug, a monster in a can, some tacos! and enjoy at your own risk!" - JN Out
Over the past couple weeks, you've followed me in the process of replacing the suspension hardware in my IFS Toyota 4Runner. I replaced all these parts with aftermarket parts when I first bought the truck. Over the course of a year and about 12,000 miles all the parts have worn out. In this video I'll compare the OEM with the aftermarket parts and voice my opinion on why one is better than the other.
Here I explain some fuel injector troubleshooting tips.