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post #1 of 6 Old 11-25-2016, 07:55 AM Thread Starter
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Fuel injectors

I have a 1988 jeep Comanche 4.0 I want to do a fuel injector swap to the 4 hole injector what would be the best and easyist to do

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post #2 of 6 Old 11-25-2016, 08:06 AM
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Do a search here or out there, plenty of information on the topic. Got mine out of a mid-nineties stick shift Neon. Only concern for you would be the type of connectors on the harness.
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I bought rebuilds off ebay. They work great. I had a leaking one, it was cracked and spraying gasoline. From what I've read, it really doesn't make any difference if your engine is stock, so it's not much of an upgrade. If yours are clogged and causing misfires or something then sure go for it.. But don't expect a world of difference if your current ones are fine.

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I bought rebuilds off ebay. They work great. I had a leaking one, it was cracked and spraying gasoline. From what I've read, it really doesn't make any difference if your engine is stock, so it's not much of an upgrade. If yours are clogged and causing misfires or something then sure go for it.. But don't expect a world of difference if your current ones are fine.

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Which injectors did you get/

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I have a 99, so they would be different than yours, but they were just some rebuilt Bosch 4 holes off ebay.

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