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Hi Im David, what was the original problem that led you to replace all of the injectors?
you have a code reader?
if you could that would be great. gives a clear path.
sounds like a vacuum leak. get a can of carb cleaner and start spraying around any and all vacuum hoses/fittings/connections....also spray around the base of the intake. listen for an rpm change and youve found your leak.
going out for a while, will be back in a few.
im back, any update?
you dont need the engine to be cool. just dont use brake parts cleaner. as far as the codes, just erase them by disconnecting the battery for 10 minutes and then reconnect it.
unless you have a code reader
yes, that plugs into the back valve cover. its a very common problem area, because it falls out easily
that must have went to the map sensor then
those 2 bolts go on that bracket right below your hand
there are 4 bolts for the throttle body. one is actually a stud with a nut on it.
the stud one goes bottom front or rear to hold the bracket for the water line
show me the one you have left
this shows only 2...hmmmm
did you put a new gasket on for the throttlebody?
thats not a throttle body bolt. looks like a bolt that hold on a bracket somewhere
if it didnt fit flush and didnt feel right, if it rocked a little, then you need to pull it and make sure nothing got in the way and that the gaskets didnt move.
dab them here and there with black gasket maker to hold them in place
add it back in til its full. start the engine rev the throttle it will suck down then add more..etc...
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how do you rev the throttle???? you press on the gas.
oh ok. sorry