Shop Ford F350 Replacement Fuel Injectors
It isn't very large, but the fuel injector on a Ford 350 carries a heavy responsibility. It delivers the correct amount of fuel necessary to keep your vehicle running well. But the fuel injector needs periodic inspection to make sure it maintains peak performance. Any foreign material that manages to clog the small opening of a fuel injector can create real headaches. There's also the possibility that a fuel injector can be getting bad signals from the injector driver. Whatever the cause, don't hesitate to apply the remedies needed to restore fuel injector health. There are just too many engine parts that can be expensively harmed because a fuel injector delivers fuel off center or out of sequence. Your gasoline bills will also show improvement once a defective fuel injector is replaced. Go online to PartsGeek.com for comprehensive information regarding how to deal with fuel injector problems.
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The clogged fuel injectors can make it harder for your engine to work, and it doesn't matter if you have a gas or diesel engine, it still needs to get fuel. When your fuel injectors go bad, you should replace them unless you want a drop in power or an inability to start your engine. Whether you need Ford 6.0 diesel injectors for sale to install on your F350 or if you need injectors for a larger 7.3-liter engine, you should verify that you have a bad fuel injector before replacing it because replacing these parts can be expensive.
What are the Fuel Injectors?
The fuel injectors deliver gasoline or diesel from the fuel tank to the engine. One diesel engines, the fuel injectors are lubricated by a bit of oil. Without an appropriate amount of fuel being delivered to the engine at given times, the engine will not run as efficiently. If the fuel injectors get clogged or stop working, you may need to replace the fuel injectors for your engine to run properly.
Difference Between Diesel and Gasoline Injectors
Aside from the type of fuel sent to the engine, there are some clear differences between gasoline and diesel fuel injectors. The timing is different for gasoline and diesel engines. Whereas gasoline engines don't compress the air until after the gas has been injected into the cylinder, diesel engines compress the air before the diesel is added. In diesel engines, compressing the air before adding the fuel leads to the air igniting because its hotter, but this does not work in gasoline engines due to the differences in combustion temperatures between gasoline and diesel.
Signs of Bad Fuel Injectors
Regardless of the type of engine you've got, you'll see similar signs of fuel injectors that have gone bad. Ford F350 fuel injector problems can include a drop in fuel efficiency and power. You may also have the engine misfiring or hesitating. If you have bad 2006 Ford F350 6.0 diesel injectors, you may also have a leak in the injector, which can cause a fuel smell around your engine. Leaking fuel is never something to take lightly, regardless of its source. If you have a leaking fuel injector, you need to replace it.
Cost for New Fuel Injectors
The cost for new fuel injectors is not cheap, which is why it's so important to verify that you have a bad fuel injector and not a simpler problem like a clogged fuel filter, but if you know that the fuel injector is the culprit, take your truck to a mechanic or replace the part yourself. If you go to a mechanic for 2004 Ford F350 diesel injectors, the part replacement can cost from $580 to $1045 for per part. This includes the injector and seal, but it can increase dramatically if you need more than one replaced. To keep your fuel injectors clean, regularly replace the fuel filter, and use the fuel recommended for your truck. If you want to install the fuel injectors yourself and save money, stop by PartsGeek.com to get the fuel injectors for less.
Fuel Injectors available for the following Ford F350 years: 1997, 1996, 1995, 1994, 1993, 1992, 1991, 1990, 1989, 1988, 1987, 1986, 1985, 1984, 1983, 97, 96, 95, 94, 93, 92, 91, 90, 89, 88, 87, 86, 85, 84, 83. This part is also sometimes called Ford F350 Injector. We stock fuel injectors parts for most Ford models including F150, Ranger, Mustang, F250 Super Duty, Explorer, Expedition, F250, F350 Super Duty, Focus, Taurus, Crown Victoria, Bronco, Bronco II, Escape, Escort, E350 Super Duty, Excursion, Fusion, Explorer Sport Trac, E350 Econoline, F550 Super Duty, F Super Duty, Thunderbird, Windstar, E250, Edge, E150 Econoline, F450 Super Duty, E250 Econoline, E150, E350 Econoline Club Wagon, E150 Econoline Club Wagon, Flex, F53, LTD Crown Victoria, Freestar, Probe, Transit Connect, LTD and Fiesta.