read a few threads about swapping out fel injectors with ones out of a dodge neon, and a few different model fords.
couldn't find one neon with the 2.4, and the ford v8's were all super high mileage. One of the threads mentioned using a ford taurus duractec engine's injectors.
found a taurus with only 100000 km's on the clock, and it was really easy to get at the injectors. 8 bolts hold the upper intake manifold on, and four bolts to get the egr tube off and you have easy access to everything, took 10 minutes. injectors are blue in colour and no, i forgot to get the serial numbers off them. paid a whopping 7 bucks for all 6.
took a little fighing to get them installed,
removed fuel rail and old injectors, and cleaned out bores with a toothbrush and throttle body cleaner.
it was much easier installing the new injectors to the rail first, lubbing the o-rings with trans fluid, and then installing the whole assembly to the head.
avereage mileage according to the trip computer before was 16.8 miles to the gallon with 50 / 50 cty / hwy. 280000 kms on the clock with a fresh tune and oil change and free-flowing exhaust (stock cat, cherry bomb glass pack, and junkyard tailpipe off a v8 GC that has a larger diameter)
no BS the trip computer now reads average of 22.8 in city with a much better seat of the pants feel. haven't run it on the highway yet, we'll see.
real easy swap / upgrade if you have the patience.