Can you shoot me a link for the ones i need for a 94 YJ Wrangler?
Times you kick yourself in your own ***: When that stupid Private wakes the whole platoon up by running through the bay screaming "Reveille,Reveille,Reveille!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!" And your like "Who the hell put that guy on last fire guard" and then you realize.... You did -.-
I did mine last weekend. It was pretty simple and I have noticed a huge difference with it. At idle, acceleration as well as gas mileage. In the past few weeks my mileage dropped from a leaky (#6) injector. Mine is a 98 and we had clips, I left the fuel rail attached at the hard lines and flipped it around to be able to remove each injector. To remove the injectors and the rail, I found it easiest to stand on the drivers side and pull evenly until each one 'popped' out.
- HM1(SW/AW)Ret USN Dec 23,1992 to Dec 31, 2012
I drive an XJ, and all of my power windows work :)
2000 Pontiac WS6 - DD
DD (Mine) Sold - 98 XJ Moss Green
(His) - 92 YJ December 2013 YJOTM
I did mine a couple weeks ago using injectors from a Jeep Liberty 3.7liter V6. I have a 1990 XJ. I used this thread to inspire me to do the job as I have never worked on the fuel rail before. I also did a YouTube video to accompany this thread. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Izj6q6o59L4
After everything was all said and done, I would add an asterisk on step #6, disconnecting the fuel lines. In my FSM it states that whenever the fuel line is disconnected, the o-rings should be replaced. I would recommend you have the o-rings on hand PRIOR to starting the job. I had a thread going over here with details on the o-rings; http://www.naxja.org/forum/showthread.php?t=1086841
Last edited by robinz; 02-19-2013 at 09:48 AM..
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