How To Replace Fuel Injectors. This is a little DIY project that was a long time coming. In this video you will learn how to get to your fuel injectors, how to remove old fuel injectors and replace them with new ones. The engine fuel injector location is pretty common in most cars.
In my Chevrolet Lumina which has the GM 3.1 (3100) SFI V6 Engine, they were located underneath the air intake manifold. In most cars this DIY project will be more simple. Watch the whole video for the Fuel Injector Replacement.
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