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Old 08-18-2003, 02:05 AM   #11
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yes gordy and i was talkin bout that...but how would heat related deal w/ that? i dont see a link between teh two!
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Did this happen RIGHT after installing something? If so list ALL you did.
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it did it before and after i did all my mods
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yes gordy and i was talkin bout that...but how would heat related deal w/ that? i dont see a link between teh two!
well this is what he told me after i pointed that out

jayme: yeah maf
jayme: for shure
jayme: and maybe accompanied by a fuel problem
Jayme:--edit-- the 220 degrees thing is a signature of a bad maf
Jayme:--edit-- nah tell him to change the maf and then if it still gives trouble get fuel pressure tested if hes not getting any ses --end edit--
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Would the MAF throw a code?
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It may be throwing a soft code, I'm not positive. But physically check the MAF sensor wires for damage.
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more from my engine inclined firned jayme

jayme: well tell that dude to get his computer scanned at autozone and if theres no codes get his fuel pressure tested at the rail
Jayme: if its low replace the pump other wise clean injectors nad if still not better and theres no codes get injectors drop tested and then replace the bad one or ones
jayme: regulators dont usually go so i wouldnt suspect that at all
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i ran fuel injector cleaner for about 6 months every tank of gas
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i ran fuel injector cleaner for about 6 months every tank of gas
If your injectors really need a cleaning that stuff in the bottle won't do a whole lot. You will either need to take them out and clean them or use a professional cleaning kit.
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how does heat mess up injectors?
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