kjohnson Posted May 16, 2018 Share Posted May 16, 2018 I had a misfire code that kept coming up on Cyl 2. So last night I decided to swap injectors on cylinders 2 and 4. I removed the cylinder 2 injector ok, but the angle sucked on cylinder 4, so I grabbed it with pliers and those slipped breaking off the gray plastic cap thing on the top of the injector. I figured it was a dust cap that was put there when the injector was build and was probably no big deal. So I swapped the injectors anyway and cleared the code. Now, on initial start it idled fine, but when I drove it this morning it threw a code and ran worse and worse till it died short of work. I pulled over and cleared a misfire code on cylinder 2 (now has the "broken" injector), and I limped the car the rest of the way to work. So, the gray cap on the injector must do something, right? Or have I more likely messed something else up? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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