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Removeing fuel Injectors

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    dave1645dave1645
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      Hi Eric
      I have a 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee witht the 4.0l engine , that has the number 1 injector failing . My question is after removing all bolts and of course fuel line from the rail . I will not budge, and at the cost of a new rail I dont want to break it
      Have you ant rricks to removing this , help would really appriciated Love your wideos , i have learned alot for an old 63 year who still loves working on my cars..thanks buddy

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      John B KobberstadJohn B Kobberstad
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        Can you remove just the #1 injector from the rail? Sometimes when I’m taking things apart I miss a screw or bolt that is hidden and keeping me from getting everything separated. Could there be one that you missed?

        #453092
        college mancollege man
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          pull the fuel rail. undue the electrical connector. there
          should be a clip. undue the clip and remove the injector.

          #453093
          MattMatt
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            Quoted From college man:

            pull the fuel rail. undue the electrical connector. there
            should be a clip. undue the clip and remove the injector.

            Yep.

            #453094
            EricTheCarGuy 1EricTheCarGuy
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              After it’s been on there for some time it probably is happy where it is, make sure you removed all the fasteners as suggested and then pry up on the fuel rail. If you’re worried about it you might consider putting a piece of wood between the prybar and fuel rail to help avoid damage. Once the fasteners are removed it’s just the ‘o’ rings at the ends of the injectors in the intake you just need to overcome that tension. Good luck.

              #453095
              dreamer2355dreamer2355
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                When you install the injectors, make sure you put some lube on the o-rings S:)

                #453096
                EricTheCarGuy 1EricTheCarGuy
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                  Quoted From dreamer2355:

                  When you install the injectors, make sure you put some lube on the o-rings S:)

                  Everything goes together better with lube! I recommend silicone paste for this as I’ve found it to work quite well and it doesn’t damage the ‘o’ rings like some petroleum based lubricant’s can.

                  #453097
                  Third GearThird Gear
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                    Whenever I touch injectors I like to do new o-rings and I lube them with clean engine oil.

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