How many injectors does a V6 have?
V6 or V8 engines will have a fuel rail with 3 or 4 injectors on each cylinder bank, while inline engines use a single rail that feeds all the injectors. via
How many fuel injectors does a truck have?
Most cars and light trucks with internal combustion engines are equipped with one fuel injector per cylinder. via
How much do fuel injectors cost to replace?
On average, you can expect to pay between $350 and $850 to replace your fuel injectors. The range of costs depends on a number of factors. Smaller vehicles with fewer cylinders requiring less expensive parts will come in at the lower end of the spectrum. Larger, high-performance engines will command a higher price tag. via
What causes injectors to fail?
Fuel injectors will fail when debris (water, dirt particles, etc.) or rust find their way into the system and, after time, plug up the nozzle, the armature, or the nozzle needle gets stuck. To prevent debris from getting into the system, we recommend doing everything you can to help keep your fuel system clean. via
Do fuel injectors go bad?
Fuel injectors go bad when the solenoid or the spring fails. Cheap fuels can also cause the injectors nozzle to degrade over time preventing the plunger from stopping fuel flow. Cheap fuels, along with carbon build-up, can also clog or block the injectors nozzle. via
Can you drive with bad fuel injectors?
Technically, you can still drive with a bad fuel injector. However, it is advised against doing so because a failing fuel injector will cause the engine to run lean. This can lead to engine damage, poor fuel economy, and decreased performance. via