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Old 11-22-2011, 12:15 PM
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Never mind about the injectors. I see the fuel rail. It's obvious now how to disconnect.
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Finally out. The flats portion of another plug broke off too, despite days of soaking with PB Blaster. After much prayer and switching to CRC Freeze Off spray and a breaker bar, they are free. No damage to threads. Apparently the plugs were just torqued way down in the past.
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Absolutely possible. 5.2 and 5.9. There's supposed to be a small metal square "u" clip in the injector plug but I just changed mine out and they were all missing. Gave 'em a couple'a wiggles and they unplugged no problem.
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Finally out. The flats portion of another plug broke off too, despite days of soaking with PB Blaster. After much prayer and switching to CRC Freeze Off spray and a breaker bar, they are free. No damage to threads. Apparently the plugs were just torqued way down in the past.
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you should be able to unplug each individual injector from the fuel rail. unless its a monorail. If it is then the fuel lines feed the injectors directly. I cant remember for the life of me...honestly. Been 12 years since I looked at a 360.
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you should be able to unplug each individual injector from the fuel rail. unless its a monorail. If it is then the fuel lines feed the injectors directly. I cant remember for the life of me...honestly. Been 12 years since I looked at a 360.
You are correct. That's what I ended up doing. You can unplug each individual injector.
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Glad to hear you got them out . For those out there that end up with ruined threads in the cylinder head , I would strongly recommend using a spark plug insert instead of a heli-coil . A insert is a much nicer and permanent repair . A insert can be threadlockered into the head then staked into position with the supplied arbor . Using a helicoil your always at risk of disturbing the helicoil .
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