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Fuel Injector Guide (Black Rubber) - Replaces OE Number 103-078-01-73
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  • 1986 - 1992 Mercedes Benz 300E Base All Engines
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Fuel Injector Holder Guides

Quick Fix for the Common Problems of a Fuel Injector Holder

A fuel injector holder may be a bit player only, but it is responsible for ensuring that the fuel injector is in place. Injectors, as they name implies, pump in fuel to mix with air for combustion. This is the reason loose, faulty, and damaged holders must be attended to right away to avoid the significant effects on your vehicle's overall performance. Some of the problems injectors normally experience are broken bolts and corroded metal. To help avoid these cases, it is best to know the right way of providing the quick fix for DIY, regardless of your notebook.

Difficulty level: Moderate

Things you'll need:

  • Wrench
  • New fuel injector holder
  • Cloth
  • Drill
  • Small screwdriver
  • Torx screwdriver

Step 1: Assess the status of the injector holder. If the clamp snapped and caused the bolt to break, it is a must to immediately remove the broken bolt and replace it or the entire holder with a new one.

Step 2: Use a small screwdriver to remove the broken bolt. Applying enough force to remove the bolt should get the job done after a few attempts. If the bolt is too tight, however, it is time to use another tool.

Step 3: Drill a tiny hole on the holder to gain an opening and force the bolt to come loose using a Torx screwdriver this time around.

Step 4: Replace the fuel injector holder after removing the broken bolt and drilling on it. A damaged holder, whether accidentally or intentionally, must be removed from any connection to prevent the likelihood of accidents.

Step 5: Checking the condition of the other injector holders in your vehicle is also necessary to ensure that all fuel injectors are properly attached and kept in place.

Step 6: Find time to also clean the holder after fixing the problem. You can use a clean cloth to get rid of dirt and possible grime that have accumulated on it over time.

Step 7: Look for signs of rust and corrosion. If there are only slight traces of rust, then it is still possible to bring the state of the holder back to its original condition. A good-quality rust remover may work to eliminate small and light traces of rust.

Step 8: Replace any fuel injector holder that bears moderate to severe cases of rust. Keep in mind that it would be better to invest in a new holder rather than holding on to an older part that has already begun to corrode.

Step 9: Change the entire set when replacing the part. Don't reuse the old parts of the damaged holder and mix them with the new ones since doing this may take a toll on the overall functionality of the new parts.

Making sure that the fuel injector holder is in good state is strongly advised because it is the component that keeps the fuel injectors in place in order for combustion to begin. Thus, even a slight damage or signs of wear should be reason enough to address the problem either by repairing or replacing them.

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