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Username Post: Fuel Injector Replacement        (Topic#363654)
zzsnowman 
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Posts: 3

Reg: 12-16-20
12-16-20 07:57 AM - Post#2810126    

Hi, I need to replace 8 GDI injectors on a 2016, Sierra 1500, 5.3 NON flex fuel. The dealer said injectors 1,3 and 8 were bad, but best to replace all of them. That I agree with.
GM says I have 3 different injectors installed, low flow, normal flow, and high flow.
I read on GM tech-link, that if the injector order were mixed up, the “normal flow” injector could be installed for all 8 injectors, but you could have fuel trim and emission problems.
With 4 injectors per bank, what injector do I need two of?
In what position does each injector go?
Are each injector banks the same?

Thanks for any help




 




Rick_L 
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Posts: 27818
Rick_L
Loc: Katy, Tx, USA
Reg: 07-06-00
12-16-20 10:23 AM - Post#2810138    
    In response to zzsnowman

I think you may have bad information. Shouldn't all 8 injectors be the same?

For instance, rockauto.com doesn't show "different flow" injectors for your vehicle.



 
4dr 57 
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Posts: 4725

Loc: Texas Hill Country
Reg: 11-10-04
01-14-21 03:11 PM - Post#2812087    
    In response to Rick_L


GM may still be having trouble with their injector screens being too fine and clogging like the ones I replaced in a 97 engine. Other Mgfrs. may have injectors of the same-same flow rates per hour - check with a "Injector Company."

As an example I called and ordered Ford injectors for my motor because they had a reputation for not ever clogging. They sent me Chrysler injectors that I installed. Later the car went up on blocks for years. Old gas or just sitting about year 3 the motor ran like crap which I cleared simply by running it at about 2500-3500 for less than a minute on new gas and the old familiar sound from the motor returned!

Yes, I know it's an engine but motor was quiker Best of Luck to You-



I'd rather be thorough than vague


 




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