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Old 03-08-2013, 08:07 PM
kebrowns kebrowns is offline
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Ok this what I have done so far. I took the fuel rail off didn't see any blockage. I did notice that the lean bank that threw p0301, p0303, and p0305 had mustang 4.7 2004 fuel injectors on that side. The other bank, bank 2, had the correct injectors for a 1998 dodge ram v6. The mustang injectors were reading around 15.2 ohms and a rating of 20 lbs/hr. The bank 2 side with the correct injectors were reading around 12.2 ohms and had a rating of 22lbs/hr.

Well, since the auto store was closed last night just to see what would happen I swapped bank 1 injectors with the bank 2 injectors. I still got the p0301, p0303, and p0305 codes but his time with a p1756 code. That is some type of transmission governor pressure error that is a solenoid in the tranny. At this point what should be my next move? Would installing the correct injectors be the cure? Or replace the solenoid? Or both?
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