Removal & Installation
- Before servicing the vehicle, refer to the precautions section.
- Remove the intake manifold collector.
- Disconnect the fuel quick connector using tool J-45488 as follows:
Insert Tool into quick connector until sleeve contacts and goes no further. Hold the tool in that position.
CAUTIONInserting the tool hard will not disconnect quick connector. Hold tool where it contacts and will go no further.
Pull the quick connector straight out from the fuel tube. -Pull the quick connector holding it at the (A) position, as illustrated.
NOTEDo not pull with lateral force applied as the O-ring inside the quick connector may be damaged.
- Pull the quick connector straight out from the fuel tube. -Pull the quick connector holding it at the (A) position, as illustrated.
- Remove the fuel rail with the fuel injectors attached, from the intake manifold.
- Remove the fuel injector O-rings and use new O-rings for installation.
- Install the fuel rails with fuel injectors attached.
Install new O-rings. Lubricate the O-rings by lightly coating with new engine oil.
NOTEBe careful not to damage the O-rings and surfaces for O-ring sealing surfaces. Do not expand or twist O-rings.
Install new clips, position the clips in grooves on the fuel injectors. Make sure that protrusions of the fuel injectors are aligned with the cutouts of clips after installation.
- After properly inserting the fuel injectors onto the fuel tube assembly, check that the fuel tube protrusions are engaged with those of fuel injectors, and the flanges of the fuel tube assembly are fully engaged with the clips.
- Tighten the fuel tube assembly bolts in the sequence illustrated, in two steps:
Install the quick connector as follows:
- Make sure no dirt or foreign objects are around the tube and quick connector to avoid damage.
- Align the center to insert the quick connector straight onto the fuel tube.
- Insert the fuel tube until a click is heard.
- Install the remaining components is in the reverse of removal.
Make sure there is no fuel leakage at connections as follows:
- Apply fuel pressure to fuel lines by turning ignition switch ON ON with the engine OFF and check for fuel leaks at connections.
- Start the engine and rev it up and check for fuel leaks at connections. Use mirrors for checking on connections out of the direct line of sight.