Your Search for the Perfect Ford Fuel Injector Set is Almost Over!
Ford is a classic American car company. Founded in 1903 by Henry Ford he is credited with having introduced the first assembly line in 1913 and with also introducing the first engine with a removable cylinder head in the Model T. Henry Ford also introduced the Model, A which was the fist car with safety glass in the windshield. So we can all thank Mr. Ford for not having to deal with flies getting into our faces when we drive. An important part of your Ford is going to be your Ford fuel injectors. Let’s go ahead and take a look at what they do.
Your Ford fuel injectors play an important role in the engine’s fuel delivery system because they are delivering the exact amount of gasoline that the engine needs, even as the requirements shift quickly and constantly. An injector is a valve with electronic controls that receives signals from the engine control unit. The gas pump delivers pressurized gasoline into the fuel injectors and the engine control unit tells the fuel injectors to open a valve that will allow the pressurized gas pass in through the atomizing nozzle. The fuel injectors spray a fine gasoline mist into the engine’s intake manifold. This then gets delivered to the entire engine for combustion with the oxygen that the engine is receiving. The more gasoline the engine requests, the longer the valves in the fuel injectors stay open.
Now let’s talk about some common problems you may face with your fuel injectors that could signify that you need replacement fuel injectors. Fuel injector leaks can occur if other parts of the system fail such as the mechanism that cools the injector or the fuel injector could overheat and fail which will then result in a leak. Your fuel injector could also have a faulty part that does not allow it to function properly and cause a leak. Another problem you could have is dirty Ford fuel injectors. If the fuel additives are not spraying into the intake manifold they can leave a residue on the fuel injectors, which can then burn, and form a crust. This crust on the fuel injectors can result in a weak spray and uneven pattern.
You may also have clogged Ford injectors. This can occur from the buildup of microscopic foreign objects typically in the form of rust. Your Ford fuel injectors may not open properly due to faulty windings or as the result of a rusted fuel injector. On the flip side of this your Ford fuel injectors may not close. The valve in the fuel injectors may not be able to close because of a faulty spring or a building of rust or fuel additives.
These problems in your Ford fuel injectors may cause a misfiring engine, fuel scent, diminished gas mileage, inconsistent engine power, and an uneven engine idling. So be sure to get your fuel injectors replacements from us. We have the proper fuel injector set for your Ford. This fuel injector set will come with a guaranteed fit and a one-year warranty.