I have a 1996 Dodge Intrepid with a 3.3 engine.
After replacing the valve 2 keeper half's, valve spring and rocker arm
on passenger side and putting the fuel rail with injectors plus intake
together, I'm having problems with
two back injectors not getting fuel.
There is fuel coming out of the tail
pipe and all of the spark plugs are
wet with fuel and some fuel in the oil
pan too. The car starts and runs rough.
I took the intake off and took the fuel rail off the engine with the injectors still attached to the fuel
I turned the ignition key to the start position and the 4 front injectors sprayed fuel and the back two injectors did not spray fuel.
So I took the two back injectors and switch them around to the front injectors and the front injectors went to the back.
I turned the ignition on and the two back injectors did not spray again. The other
4 injectors sprayed fuel.
There are no clogs in the fuel rail either. There is electricity going to
all of the injector plug-ins which shows up on my ohm meter.I never had any problems with this
car until now. It has 160,000 on it.
I'm puzzled at this point. Is there a reset for the computer or injectors?
The car has been setting for over a year with these engine parts dissembled until this week.
Do you think the fuel regulator might be the problem or the computer?
Please let me know what you think
about what it could be or what is
have the same problem?
Saturday, January 29th, 2011 AT 2:09 PM