how do i remove the injectors on my 5cyl. jeep. vehicle was bought 2nd hand. no 5 injector needs to be removed. have just discovered it was done previously as firewall is cut. no1 injector came out easily but the rest are stuck. every thing is clean and there is no carbon biult-up around the injectors. I would very much appreciate your advice, thank you Patric
Country: United StatesMake: JeepModel: Grand Cherokee LimitedYear: 2002
unable to start vehicle.needs to service injectors;but unable to remove them
Thank you for choosing Just Answer for your inquiry. My name is XXXXX XXX I will be assisting you. Did you remove the fuel rail from the injectors before you tried removing them? They normally come out easier with the fuel rail still attached, more leverage and you remove all at same time. You may want to try spraying a slight amount of penetrating oil or spray lube around the injectors. You may also tap on the rail with a soft object to help break loose the injector o-rings.
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There is an extraction tool, a claw with a slide hammer if you aren't able to get them out. It is also noted with #5 and #6 injectors that the engine will need to be lowered for clearance purposes. So that would be why the firewall was cut out.MoparHeat41086.0799858449
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Where will i be able to buy this extraction tool. These injectors are not attached to the rial, they must be individually removed,it is only linked through the injector pipes. It also does not have any o-rings
I would first try bumping it up out of place with a small pry bar or large standard screwdriver if there is some thing available to pry against. In your area I have no idea of tool availability or possible locations.