Once out remove the connectors pop the clips out and pull the injectors straight out of the rail. Remove the air box in front by in screwing the hose clamps and remove the 2 hoses. Place the rail back into the holes and if it's in right without the bolts it's won't just pop out it will have slight resistance and snug. There's a promise implicit in its steely mass. Place the foam cover on top and reassemble your top.
Thanks for the replys so far. Do this for both sides put the two connectors at the back back in. There is no reason for your economy to have gone down. We'd travel from below sea level to above 8000 feet in elevation, explore some…. As of today, on my last fill-up I averaged 13. You can just pull them out it's a bit snug but you don't need to hulk them out they just kind of pop out. Would it be noticeable or not really? I agree it sounds like a leak but we have looked and looked but cant find one.
Once all reassembled put your fuse back in for your fuel pump reconnect the battery and turn your car to power it but not turn over let the fuel lines re-pressure. I cant figure out what happened with it. . Anyone bought a Custom and regret it? Those o-rings are a pain sometimes. I can do anything with it without any problems. Remove all the connectors Attached and the grommets holding them to the shroud.
As in within a grand or even less. Trucks rear end fluid, engine oil, and transmission fluid were changed May 2018. Once you have them loose they do not come out the just get really loose tilt the screw towards the outside of the truck and pull out. This will let you know if you're running lean or rich. There is a harness connected on the back I took a pry bar and popped them out you can feel back there with your hands there are 3. Do not over tighten, everything was hand tight removing and should be going back in. Or was that not part of the tune up? Remove the foam shielding underneath and now you can see the fuel rails.
Guess what this Jimmy went there did that and we know have some very amazed jeep friends! Units Affected 90242 It's been said you can never be too rich or too thin. Oh and My username may sound a little strange but Its my Other hobby. I ran it through lots of different terrains and it never got stuck, but i sure had fun doing it. Not a problem and plus I am sure its Randy's brilliant off roading skills as well on this pass! Now unhook the two quick connect electric plugs from the back of the fuel rails. Pros: This full size bed Jimmy went on a trail up in Colorado above 10,000 ft only where Jeeps are known to have a tough time! I have a 2011 Silverado 1500 4x4 and my wife has a 2017 Yukon 4x4. Also, check for any signs of a leak under the filter with the truck running.
They are not on tight so it's not a leverage issue it's getting your hand on them to turn. Van Tune, had us believing it would be fun. I took these all off to separate the rails and replaced them. Saved 2k it took me 3hours start to finish but I did this with no guide and no assistance if you can have a second pair of hands it's helpful but not necessary. If you test it and are still not sure, have an experienced transmission road test the vehicle.
From this point it's straight forward. Mine came out without any issues. With over 500 lb-ft of torque available at only 1800 rpm, many a staffer has been tempted to race Camaros and Mustangs for pink slips. If I had to do this again probably would estimate it taking 1. Even tho it is just 2 wheel drive it makes it threw alot of mud and water no problem with a heavy load.
Full tune up was performed 10K ago and there are no warnings displayed on the dash. Primary Use: Utility towing boats, transporting cargo, etc. I by no means am a proper mechanic but I have done something's in the past it was moderate in challenge. Warning there is a tricky one in the back of the passenger side way back I had to use a palm wrench to remove it. His plan was grandiose, yet strangely appealing.