Hydrocarbon Injectors

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What are hydrocarbon injectors?

Hydrocarbon injectors are components of the fuel injection system that measure the amount of hydrocarbon in the exhaust gases, in order to adjust the fuel mixture for optimal performance.

How do I know if my hydrocarbon injectors are faulty?

If the hydrocarbon injectors are faulty, you may notice a decreased fuel efficiency or engine misfire. You may also notice that the 'check engine' light is illuminated on your vehicle.

Can a faulty hydrocarbon injector cause damage?

Yes. A faulty hydrocarbon injector can cause damage to other components of the fuel injection system, as well as other parts of the engine.

How do I replace a hydrocarbon injector?

1) Disconnect the battery.
2) Remove the hydrocarbon injector.
3) Install the new hydrocarbon injector.
4) Reconnect the battery.

How often should I inspect my hydrocarbon injectors?

It is recommended to inspect your hydrocarbon injectors every 10,000-15,000 miles, or as recommended in your vehicle's manufacturer's manual.