I just want some light shed on my theory.
Now…a lot of people say running on one less cylinder is bad, because it’ll flood the cat with fuel.
However, if you disconnect the fuel injector and the coil connectors, won’t everything be okay? Shouldn’t it run just like the newer cars do with cylinder deactivation? The cylinder should just pump air.
My next question is…what happens to the fuel that is still in the fuel rail going to that disconnected injector?
In theory, if the injector isn’t connecting (meaning it can’t let fuel spray out), won’t that cause back pressure in the fuel rail, or no?
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