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Old 08-06-2004, 12:29 PM   #1
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Default 1994 SE, replacing fuel injectors.

Can anyone help me find info on replacing the fuel injectors in my 1994 SE? I've been told by the shop that it will cost over a thousand bucks to have them do it and I'm finding the parts online for less than half of what my mechanic is telling me.

I'm looking for the product codes, a diagram of how it goes together, and any tricks/tips you all can offer up.

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Clackamas? Bring the car down, and I'll do it for you!

I'm an hour south. First of all, are they all bad? What'* causing this? Fuel injectors are easy to replace, but sometimes only require cleaning. Fill us in on the details!
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Thanks for the quick response. What is happening is in the morning when the caris cold it acts like its not getting enough fuel. That lasts untill it warms up (maybe five miles or so). The car has 146000 miles on it.

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That doesn't sound like an injector problem... What do you mean it acts like it needs fuel? Any specifics you can provide will help
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I'm thinking a throttle body needs to be removed and thoroughly cleaned, or perhaps the IAC valve. Or both.
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I have the scanner, but not the cable. Mine'* a 12 pin, his is a 16 on a 94, isn't it? How much is that cable, Don?
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As the West Coast population grows, I might have to get that cable......
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Might I suggest the Snap-On MODIS, it'* an excelent unit, and quite simple to use. you might need to put off getting that house, but hey, it'* a good unit and you shouldn't ever need another one
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Hello Guys

I want to thank you all for the advise abouit my Bonneville. The problem was the iav valve as you stated thank you. It works great and my wife is happy with me again!

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