FUEL INJECTOR REPLACEMENT.......
I have a 1990 Nissan 300zx 2+2 non turbo with about 156000 miles on the 3.1L V6 and have a bad fuel injector I purchased 6 new ones to make sure and get all done at once to eliminate the process of having to replace them in the future. What I am looking for is some guidance on how to go about replacing these to make sure they get done right. It seems pretty straight forward as far as taking apart the top end of the motor to be able to reach the fuel rail but I dont want to have to leave this exposed if I cant get it done right away, mainly because I dont have a garage and my car will be sitting in my driveway. So if you can tell me what to expect I would greatly appreciate it.
June 1, 2007.
June 1, 2007.
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