Fuel Injector Problems in popular cars



Fuel Injector problem is a common vehicle problem that happens to most car brands and models. The following is a sample list of Fuel Injector problems reported in most popular vehicles.

car   Fuel Injector problem of Chevrolet Silverado 2500

The car involved was a 2004 Chevrolet Silverado 2500 hd. I had my fuel injectors replaced in June of 2010 under an extended warranty from gm with no out of pocket cost. 18 months later I am having the same problem, fuel injector failure as diagnosed by a local Chevrolet dealer, but being told that I am now out of warranty and it will cost $3500+ to repair. If there is a defect in the injectors, previously covered for 7 years/200,000 miles, why are the "new improved" injectors only coming with 12 months/12,000 miles. Gm has a fuel injector problem with their duramax diesels that need to be addressed. I have read hundreds of post from people with the same problems. And Chevrolet is not offering any help with any of them. I am dealing with gm now, and so far have gotten nowhere with the issue. This fuel injector problem happened on Jun. 17, 2010.

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car   Fuel Injector problem of Chevrolet Silverado 2500

The car involved is a 2004 Chevrolet Silverado 2500. The VIN of this Silverado 2500 is 1GCHK23144_. Vehicle has been diagnosed with bad fuel injectors. Symptoms include excessive smoke and smog test failure. Manufacturer has a 7 year/200,000 mile warranty on injectors. My vehicle has 121,000 miles but was placed in service 12/2003. Massively common problem on all duramax diesels. Manufacturer only warranties the repaired vehicles for 12 months or 12,000 miles. The failure date was Friday, January 27, 2012.

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car   Fuel Injector problem of Chrysler 300C

The car involved was a 2006 Chrysler 300c. When I filled the fuel tank the car would stall leaving the service station. Then it started when I was driving slow over rough pavement or speed bumps. At these times I did not realize the car had stalled until I saw the oil light on. The dealership could find nothing wrong with the car but suggested that the oil pressure switch be changed. The problem stilled persisted so I had the car tuned up. Problem still continued and so I stopped buying a particular brand of gas because while leaving the station which is on the incline the car stalled and a bunch of lights came on and one indicated a problem with the gas. I have had the fuel injectors cleaned and stopped topping of the tank but the problem has not gone away. I have to drive two major highways for doctor appointments and cannot afford to have this car stall like this in major traffic. The car will be going along smoothly and then it starts lurching like I am trying to accelerate and brake at the same time. This presents a dangerous situation. The car goes in tomorrow to be checked again. I had driven 25 miles since the last fill and the car acted so erratic that I an afraid to drive it because you can't control where it is going when it stalls (no brakes or power steering. It was January 21, 2013 when this fuel injector issue happened.

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car   Fuel Injector problem of Chrysler LHS

The vehicle involved was a 1997 Chrysler Lhs. Vehicle identification number (VIN): 2C3HC56FXV_. Bad fuel leak developed , and was , after several weeks , repaired by local Chrysler dealer ,- plenum , injector etc. Replaced. It was Wed., Oct. 14, 2009 when this fuel injector issue occurred.

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car   Fuel Injector problem of Dodge Grand Caravan

The car was a 2005 Dodge Grand Caravan. I originally called Dodge when this issue started and they would not do anything about it but when we would put the van in reverse the engine would not go into reverse and if you were not listening for it to "catch" you would put on the gas and be going forward. After calling a few times we just gave up and began a habit of shifting into reverse and making sure the vehicle was indeed in reverse. After several years of this we started having a problem with the vehicle speed. The engine would rev but the vehicle would not go if it was under any kind of strain, uphill or grade. After replacing everything from fuel injector to catalytic converter to spark plugs, wires and sensors and spending close to $1000 on it we ended up in a transmission repair shop which found our problem to be a cracked flex plate. That was $1500 more but the problem was fixed. The reverse is now working properly as well so I feel that this flex plate may have been the reverse issue as well. This issue happened on 02/01/2006.

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car   Fuel Injector problem of Dodge Avenger

The vehicle identification number (VIN) of the car was 1B3LC46K48_. Consumer owns a 2008 Dodge Avenger. The contact stated that the vehicle stalled several times and the check engine light was illuminated as the failure occurred. The vehicle was taken to the mechanic where a diagnostic was performed, which located the failure at the fuel injector. The fuel injector was replaced, however the failure was not corrected. The mechanic advised the contact that main computer may have needed to be reprogrammed. The vehicle was not repaired. The manufacturer was not made aware of the failure. The failure and current mileage was 112,023. It was Monday, Sep. 9, 2013 when this fuel injector issue happened.

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car   Fuel Injector problem of Ford Explorer

VIN of the vehicle was 1FMHK7D9XC_. On Monday 10march2014, my 2012 Ford Explorer started and immediately stalled out, when I look at the dash it had said it had low oil pressure. The vehicle was towed to cavalier Ford in chesapeake, va where it has been determined that the high pressure fuel line and high pressure fuel pump have to be replaced. During further trouble shooting it was discovered that henderson Ford in bay st. Louis, ms had installed a fuel injector into the engine without properly ensuring the cleanliness of either the injector or the point of insertion. It has been determined by cavalier Ford that henderson Ford improperly installed a replacement part, and allowed me to drive over 1,000 miles with this problematic part in place!. This problem occurred on Wednesday, February 26, 2014.

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car   Fuel Injector problem of Ford F-150

The vehicle is a 2005 Ford F-150. Vehicle identification number (VIN): 1FTPW145X5_. Truck would not start after it was parked. After several tries it started long enough to driver to a local mechanic. Mechanic found a fuel injector was stuck open pouring gas into the cylinder and oil. Vehicle towed to Ford dealer for repair. Dealer found a fuel injector was stuck open pouring gas into the cylinder and oil and a bent rod, their recommendation is a new engine. Ford had issued a customer satisfaction program 07m08 to cover the fuel injectors to 11 years or 120,000 miles but since I was at almost 9 years and 134,000 miles Ford no longer claims no responsibility for the cost of repair of a known and published problem or to its customer. Some satisfaction program. It was Nov. 15, 2013 when this fuel injector issue occurred.

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car   Fuel Injector problem of GMC Envoy

The vehicle having this issue was a 2006 GMC Envoy denali. The vehicle identification number (VIN) of this GMC Envoy denali is 1GKES66M16_. About three months ago the fuel gauge, after filling the tank, would read empty for a period of time. Then the gauge would read full, then it would go back to empty. This would continue for a short period of time and eventually the correct (I assumed) level would be shown until the next fill up. As time has passed, it takes longer for the gauge to finally settle down and read normally. I have now received a letter from GMC stating they are aware of the problem and will pay for half the repair cost. My question is that if this is a premature failure, as the letter states, why GMC is not responsible for 100% of the cost. The letter also states that the fuel level shown may read more than the actual level. Could lead to running out of fuel on the interstate, getting in an accident trying to get off the road, and/or injector damage. The failure date was Monday, July 4, 2011.

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car   Fuel Injector problem of GMC Acadia

The vehicle identification number (VIN) of the car was 1GKEV33D39_. The vehicle was a 2009 GMC Acadia. The contact stated that the engine power reduced message illuminated on the instrument panel as smoke and fire emitted from the exhaust pipe. The fire department was not contacted and no injuries were reported. The vehicle was towed to a dealer who diagnosed that two fuel injectors were stuck, which resulted in the fuel lines and engine to become flooded. The dealer stated that in order to repair the problem the fuel lines, catalytic converter, oil and oil filter needed to be replaced. The manufacturer was made aware of the failure who covered all costs of repairs to the failure. The vehicle was repaired. The failure mileage was 23,500 and the current mileage was 24,500. This problem occurred on August 11, 2011.

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car   Fuel Injector problem of Honda Odyssey

The car involved is a 2011 Honda Odyssey. This vehicle usually surges while moving slowly in a line of traffic. It doesn't happen all the time but it makes for very nervous driving because it will continue happening until I'm away from other traffic and moving at a normal speed. It will also happen when I turn into a parking area which requires going up an incline. If it's very steep , I may spin my tires not expecting the sudden acceleration. This surge seems to me as if the carburetor fuel bowl is empty while idling and when it refills, by my pressing on the gas pedal, it causes the car to lunge ahead. I have asked my local Honda dealer if he has a solution to this hazard and have been told that this something that the " Honda manufacturer has installed" and that my complaint is not the first they have heard of this happening. If this is true and I doubt it, then I feel I can't let my wife drive the car and I don't feel at all safe driving it in traffic. Please let me know what can be done to correct this ASAP. I purchased this car used in sept. / 13 and wasn't told of anything wrong. I was advised to use chevron for the next fill-up. It didn't improve and I tried injector fluids with no improvement. I'm quite sure the selling dealer wont give me satisfaction especially since there was a trade-in involved. This fuel injector issue occurred Friday, September 27, 2013.

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car   Fuel Injector problem of Honda CR-V

The vehicle involved was a 2007 Honda Cr-v. Bought used 2007 Honda crv. Driver's side power window works intermittently. Fuel mileage fine at first getting 22/28. Dropped suddenly to single digits. After using injector cleaner treatment twice, can only get 22. 5 city or hwy. Just stuck at current mileage. Due to go to dealer next week. We'll see. This issue happened on 12/21/2011.

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car   Fuel Injector problem of Hyundai XG350

The car involved is a 2003 Hyundai Xg350. My vehicle has been having a hesitation problem for some time now. I have taken it to several mechanics and have not found the problem after spending several thousand dollars. I took it to the local dealer (brown Hyundai) in laredo TX and they point to the catalytic converters (3) and the oxygen sensors. I have had a mechanic remove the catalytic converts and tell me there is nothing wrong with the converters. The vehicle exhaust system reaches over 500 degrees. I have measured it with a heat gun. While I do not know what the proper temperature should be I know over 500 degrees is way to high. While I went to pick up my Hyundai at the dealer he told me they had just had 2 other vehicles Xg350's with the exact problem. If you go on line and read some of the codes they refer too "band 1 and bank 2 system too lean", this is a very common problem without an exact solution. I believe the code is p0174 and p0171. Both the mechanics I have hired and the dealer have checked the list of possible problems which include: intake air leaks oxygen sensors ignition misfiring fuel injectors fuel pressure mass air flow sensor. It was Wed., Jun. 5, 2013 when this fuel injector issue occurred.

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car   Fuel Injector problem of Hyundai Sonata

The vehicle was a 2002 Hyundai Sonata. My vehicle had a recall on it in 2004 for the fuel system, gasoline storage and fuel system, gasoline: storage: tank assembly. According to the home office the valve fix was installed on my vehicle in 2005, I have no record of the installation. In 2011 my vehicle broke down and I had it towed to a shop. It turned out to be the fuel pump, so I had it replaced with a new fuel pump I purchased at an auto supply shop. After the installation of the new fuel pump my vehicle would hesitate to start, the gas was taking to long to get to the injectors. After researching I found out about the recall not remembering anything about it or having a valve installed. My question is on such an important recall why isn't there notice at the auto supply stores on vehicles and parts on recall. A raised flag if you will, so when I (someone) go to purchase the new fuel pump a notice would have come up about the recall. Now the hyundia corporation refuse to fix this very serious problem without cost to me. I think it is hyundia responsibility to get the word out in every avenue available out there about the recall. They knew the fuel pump was bound to fail one day and had to be replaced. Going back to the dealer (who was the only one who knew about the recall) is an option not the only option. The failure date was 09/15/2011.

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car   Fuel Injector problem of Infiniti J30

The vehicle is a 1997 Infiniti J30. Fuel injectors were bad, they leaked quite a bit of fuel. Contacted dealer, and dealer said it should just be flushed. But, when taken to a independent mechanic,mechanic informed consumer that it was bad. On raining days it would get worse. From time to time vehicle will not turn on. It was Jun. 1, 2000 when this fuel injector issue occurred.

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car   Fuel Injector problem of Infiniti I30

The vehicle was a 2001 Infiniti I30. Consumer having problems getting vehicle started. Dealer said that it may be a problem with the fuel injectors.

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car   Fuel Injector problem of Jeep Wrangler

The car was a 2002 Jeep Wrangler. The vehicle identification number (VIN) of the car was 1J4FA49S12_. At start up, vehicle shakes and sounds like injectors are missing, not taken to dealer yet. Vehicle taken to dealer 3 times, however dealership cannot duplicate problem. Vehicle boggs and runs rough/hesitates when cold. Rear portion of soft top located near bottom of tailgate has gap. Rear weatherstrip adjusted. The failure date was Saturday, June 1, 2002.

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car   Fuel Injector problem of Jeep Wrangler

- the contact has a 2000 Jeep Wrangler with an odometer reading of 100000 miles. The contact stated that he had parked the vehicle for ten minutes in his driveway when he noticed smoke coming from under the hood. When he approached the vehicle and noticed that the vehicle was on fire. The contact stated that he extinguished the fire, but the fire department did come out and made a report. The contact found that the fire was related to recall 02v104000 fuel system, gasoline:fuel injection system:injectors, he then called the manufacturer, and one of their investigators came out made a report, but they stated that the fire was not caused by the recall. The contact stated that while driving the vehicle prior to the fire there were no warning lights active to indicate a problem. This issue happened on Nov. 16, 2006.

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car   Fuel Injector problem of Lexus LX470

I purchased a new 2004 Lexus Lx470. At the 1000 mile checkup, I mentioned to the service writer that I was not able to fill the gas tank up all the way. He responded by telling me that it usually *works it's way out*. A few thousand miles later, I was only able to fill up the gas tank 3/4 of the way. I brought the car into to Lexus of pembroke pines, where they kept my car for 2 days and replaced some parts. Upon filling up the next time, it still only filled up 3/4 of the way. They have now literally replaced every part having to do with the gas tank without any luck, and have now told me that they have to replace the gas tank entirely. They have also told me that it is on *back order*. My car has now been sitting there almost 2 weeks, and I'm now afraid of the car. . . Afraid that there is a defect that could do harm. This fuel injector issue occurred Jun. 1, 2004.

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car   Fuel Injector problem of Lexus LS460

The car involved is a 2008 Lexus Ls460. The vehicle's vehicle identification number (VIN) was JTHGL46F58_. When starting my 2008 Lexus LS 460l, the vehicle starts and immediately shuts down (stalls). This usually happens when the vehicle has been sitting for long periods of time; e. G. , overnight, 9 hrs at work. On may 30, 2010, after sitting overnight, the vehicle started up fine for a trip to the grocery store. Fifteen minutes later, I returned to the vehicle, started the vehicle, and it immediately shut down. The vehicle was repaired by Lexus of rockville on may 20, 2010, but as of may 30, 2010, the problem continues to persist. Lexus of rockville replaced all fuel injector assemblies. This problem occurred on Sun., May. 30, 2010.

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car   Fuel Injector problem of Lincoln LS

The car was a 2005 Lincoln Ls. The vehicle's vehicle identification number (VIN) is 1LNHM87A95_. My car would not start at my home. I had my car towed to my car repair shop and was told I need a new fuel injector. I had that replaced. Cost was over 1200. This fuel injector issue occurred 03/04/11.

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car   Fuel Injector problem of Lincoln Town Car

The vehicle having this issue was a 2004 Lincoln Town Car. The vehicle identification number (VIN) is 1LNHM81WX4_. The engine died/stalled. The first time it occurred was on September 15, 2005. The vehicle was towed to a dealership. They changed the fuel pump. It happened again on October 3. The contact was able to restart it, but it died again. He was able to restart it and slowly got it to the dealership. They replaced two fuel injectors, and two spark plugs. Afterwards they test drove the vehicle and the check engine light came on. They found the vacuum line had not been connected. The contact was concerned that the problem will reoccur. Updated 11/29/05. This fuel injector problem happened on Thursday, Sep. 15, 2005.

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car   Fuel Injector problem of Mazda MAZDA3

The car involved was a 2005 Mazda Mazda3. Vehicle identification number (VIN): JM1BK12F45_. Plague with fuel system problem. 1st time check engine came on, when car reached 44,000 miles. I took it to dealer, they ran a diagnostic, and replaced the O2 sensor. Warranty covered. 2nd time check engine came on at 51,000 miles. Dealer replaced 2 of the fuel injectors. When car reach 85,000 miles, engine started sputtering when I pressed gas pedal, engine just dies on the street. This time dealer said fuel pump might be bad. So we got it replaced for $800. When car reach 100,000 miles I had fuel line cleaned from fuel tank to the fuel injectors, and replaced spark plugs. At 105,000 miles check engine light came on again. I took car to autozone parts and had it read. The code says, p2004 (variable tumble shutter valve stuck open). The next day I was going take it to a local auto repair shop and have it looked at, but on my way the check engine light wasn't lit anymore, so I drove straight to work. 3 days after, check engine light came on again, so I just ignored it. And 2 days later, it disappeared. All these time, since I bought my car I never missed a regular maintenance, I. E. , oil change, air filter change, flushed fluids. The car has gone through tire replacement, new brakes pads, new battery. Right now, the check engine light is not lit. This fuel injector issue occurred Monday, August 27, 2007.

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car   Fuel Injector problem of Mazda Protege 5

The car involved is a 2002 Mazda Protege 5. I have been working on this car for maybe 2 years and the last few months it has been misfiring on cylinder 3. It seems that many other people have had this problem but cant seem to figure it out. I have replaced everything that had to do with electrical and now I think it might be something to do with the fuel injectors. Also the seat belt would stay locked for about 10 minutes or so. This fuel injector problem happened on Sep. 24, 2008.

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car   Fuel Injector problem of Mercedes Benz E350

The VIN of this vehicle is WDBUF87X57_. The vehicle involved is a 2007 Mercedes Benz E350. The contact stated that the vehicle emitted a strong gasoline fuel odor. The vehicle was taken to the dealer and inspected. The failure was located at the fuel tank seal. The dealer replaced the fuel tank seal but the failure was not corrected. A few weeks later, the contact noticed a noise in the rear of the vehicle and found that fuel had leaked on the rear seats and the fuel lining injector. The vehicle was taken back the dealer where they advised the contact that the replacement fuel lines could possibly have failed. The vehicle was not further repaired. The failure mileage was 48,000 and the current mileage was 60,000. It was Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2011 when this fuel injector issue occurred.

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car   Fuel Injector problem of Mercedes Benz SLK230

The vehicle involved is a 1998 Mercedes Benz Slk230. Vehicle identification number (VIN) of the vehicle is WDBKK47F8W_. Fuel injector, ignition transponder. It was 11/28/98 when this fuel injector issue occurred.

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car   Fuel Injector problem of Mercury Villager

The car is a 1999 Mercury Villager. The vehicle identification number (VIN) is 4M2XV11T2X_. When the gas pedal was pressed, there was a delay in acceleration. The consumer had to pump the gas pedal to get the vehicle to move. The dealer stated new injectors were needed. . Also the blower motor failed. This issue happened on April 1, 2003.

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car   Fuel Injector problem of Mercury Villager

The car involved was a 1997 Mercury Villager. The VIN of this vehicle was 4M2DV1117V_. Since September 1997 consumer kept taking vehicle to dealer for hesitation, engine light coming on , stalling, bad gas milage and sputtering. Dealer kept telling consumer it was due to reformulated gasoline. To dealer at least 12 times. Currently, vehicle is out of warranty, and dealer finds all fuel injectors need to be replaced, at cost of $1700. This fuel injector problem happened on 03/15/2001.

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car   Fuel Injector problem of Mitsubishi Eclipse

The car is a 2003 Mitsubishi Eclipse. The vehicle identification number (VIN) of the car was 4A3AC44G73_. This vehicle suddenly started stalling whether idling, accelerating, or coasting. It would then have trouble starting and run fine again. After taking it to the mitsubshi dealership on western blvd in jacksonville, nc, they could not diagnose it but found in their data base that there is a tiny part in the crank shaft that could cause this problem. After waiting a week for parts they realized they had the wrong tool. Another week waiting for the tool and the new part did not fix the problem. Another week of keeping my car they replaced the fuel injection regulator with a used part, this did not fix it. Another week with a new fuel injector. Now it does not stall but I cant get gas in the gas tank, the car smells like gas, there is still occasional stalling, and the new timing belt they put on screeches with the first start of the day everyday. The gas tank problem is found to be that the valve is stuck in the full and closed position and whole new gas tankis recommended. Another two weeks and still waiting on the gas tank. My car has been in the shop since August 22nd and it is now October first and my car is still unsafe to drive and waiting for parts. How is it that Mitsubishi can allow their service department to take this long, cost this much, and to return a vehicle to the customer in worse shape than it was given? I paid for all of these new parts and labor, and still have a vehicle that I cant use. Also, as a side note, it is black which means the cheap factory clear coat is coming off, the ac leaks on the driverside floor, the trunk does not open when you pull the lever. . . These are all things that should not be expired on an 03 vehicle and are so common with this vehicle. This is not acceptable. It was Aug. 19, 2011 when this fuel injector issue happened.

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car   Fuel Injector problem of Mitsubishi Eclipse

The vehicle involved was a 2003 Mitsubishi Eclipse. Vehicle identification number (VIN): 4A3AC44G73_. This vehicle suddenly started stalling whether idling, accelorating, or coasting. It would then have trouble starting and run fine again. After taking it to the mitsubshi dealership on western blvd in jacksonville, nc, they could not diagnose it but found in their data base that there is a tiny part in the crank shaft that could cause this problem. After waiting a week for parts they realized they had the wrong tool. Another week waiting for the tool and the new part ddid not fix the problem. Another week of keeping my car they replaced the fuel injection regulator with a used part, this did not fix it. Another week with a new fuel injector. Now it does not stall but I cant get gas in the gas tank, the car smells like gas, there is still occasional stalling, and the new timing belt they put on screeches with the first start of the day everyday. The gas tank problem is found to be that the valve is stuck in the full and closed position and whole new gas tankis recommended. Another two weeks and still waiting on the gas tank. My car has been in the shop since August 22nd and it is now October first and my car is still unsafe to drive and waiting for parts. How is it that Mitsubishi can allow their service department to take this long, cost this much, and to return a vehicle to the customer in worse shape than it was given? I paid for all of these new parts and labor, and still have a vehicle that I cant use. Also, as a side note, it is black which means the cheap factory clear coat is coming off, the ac leaks on the driverside floor, the trunk does not open when you pull the lever. . . These are all things that should not be expired on an 03 vehicle and are so common with this vehicle. This is not acceptable. This fuel injector issue occurred Aug. 19, 2011.

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car   Fuel Injector problem of Nissan Rogue

VIN of the vehicle was JN8AS5MT9C_. My Nissan Rogue 2012 began to make some noise and can't accelerate. I call Nissan dealer and tow the car to them. They said that the problem is the fuel injectors. The car still at dealer for repair. This can cause an accident, due to the fact that the car stopped suddenly. This problem occurred on Oct. 4, 2013.

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car   Fuel Injector problem of Nissan Xterra

The vehicle involved is a 2000 Nissan Xterra. The fuel injector failed and the vehicle stalled while driving. The consumber exited the vehicle wiggled the battery cable and the vehicle started. The vehicle was driven to the dealer where the fuel injector was cleaned and later it needed to be replaced at the owners expense. A recall letter was received yesterday and his vehicle acording to the manufacture was not included in the recall. It was Dec. 19, 2002 when this fuel injector issue happened.

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car   Fuel Injector problem of SAAB 9-2x

The car was a 2005 SAAB 9-2x. Vehicle has raw fuel smell during cold mornings (<20 degrees f). Appears to be leaking from fuel lines supplying fuel injectors. Could start fire if the problem progresses further. It was 01/03/12 when this fuel injector issue occurred.

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car   Fuel Injector problem of SAAB 9-3

Vehicle identification number (VIN): YS3FB49S25_. The engine on my 2005 SAAB 9-3 has failed two times within the first 4900 miles on the odometer. The first failure occurred in June of 2005 and the problem was diagnosed as a throttle body failure. The failure results in the car accelerating extremely slow without any prior notice. The second failure occurred on July 18, 2005 when I was nearly hit making a left hand turn. The same symptoms presented without any indication that there was a failure about to occur. I have researched the Saabnet website and it appears I am not alone in falling victim to the defective throttle body in the SAAB 9-3 model. It appears to be a pervasive problem. SAAB's attorney indicated that this did not rise to the level of a recall nor a problem that require replacement of the vehicle. This problem occurred on 07/18/2005.

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car   Fuel Injector problem of Saturn ION

The vehicle was a 2006 Saturn Saturn Ion. The vehicle's vehicle identification number (VIN) was 1G8AJ58F76_. My car is only 5 years old and now has 36,000 miles on it. Whenever it is cold outside my car does not start. All of the lights work and the car will make a click, but the car itself will not turn on. I have been stranded multiple times at night in the freezing cold with no way of getting home. Two times I have been stranded in a dark parking garage. This is constantly re-occurring problem and I see that hundreds of people have had the same issue. When I have taken my car to the shop I have been told it is electrical problems. This problem should be recalled as many people have the same problem. Also, I have had many issues with the fuel system. I have already had the fuel injector replaced,and the fuel tank replaced. It is in the shop again today because there were more issues with the fuel system. The fuel in my car was not heating up the the right temperature, and I was getting about 30% less miles per tank than before. Over the few years I have had cords to the fuel system replaced, removed, adjusted, etv. I have spent thousands of dollars on repairs for a 5 year old car with 36,000 miles on it. And it is the same problems happening over and over. This fuel injector issue occurred Mon., Nov. 1, 2010.

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car   Fuel Injector problem of Saturn ION

The vehicle is a 2006 Saturn Ion. The contact smelled gasoline coming from the vehicle. The fumes were so strong that at times she was unable to sit inside the vehicle. The vehicle was towed to the dealer where the fuel sensor injector module was replaced. The manufacturer had not been notified. The current mileage was 56,000. The approximate failure mileage was 55,500 and the VIN was unavailable. The failure date was August 1, 2011.

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car   Fuel Injector problem of Subaru Forester

When I start my 2003 Subaru Forester in very cold weather there is a strong fuel smell in the cabin of the car coming through the vents. I know that NHTSA issued a TSB on 2002-2004 Subaru wxt models but did not include the Forester, outback, and legacy of those years, why? it is the same fuel propulsion layout and the rubber hose connection at the steel line is where the leak happens in cold weather. I have had this problem serviced 4 of the 5 past years and had injectors replaced when now I know it is actually the rubber hose shrinks back in cold weather thus the gas drips and pools on the manifold. The whole fuel line system needs to be replaced. I strongly believe that you should have a TSB for all 2002 - 2004 Subaru models that use the same fuel propulsion layout as the 2002 - 2004 wxt did. If you google ¿2003 Subaru Forester gas smell¿ you will see hundreds of complaints and questions about this issue, I and all the other owners of these 2002 ¿ 2004 model Subaru¿s should not have to pay continuously for repairs that will keep on happening every winter until the lines are replaced. When will the recall happen? are you going to wait until a child / family dies from a car explosion of an unknowing family driving down the road when the car catches fire or explodes because of this problem? if you lived in a house with a gas leak you would get it fixed right away, wouldn't this be the same about your car? this needs to be done a. S. A. P. It was Tuesday, January 21, 2014 when this fuel injector issue occurred.

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car   Fuel Injector problem of Subaru Outback

The car involved is a 2000 Subaru Outback. The vehicle identification number (VIN) is 4S3BH6757Y_. Fuel leak somewhere in engine compartment; gasoline odor went into passenger compartment. Worse in very cold or very hot weather. It's been like this for 3 or 4 years. My mechanic said it would cost $200 to try to find the leaks -- maybe some hose clamps near the fuel injectors are the culprit, but are hard to get to without taking apart some of the engine? I've seen many similar complaints on various online bulletin boards. I suppose NHTSA won't force Subaru to issue a recall until some large number of drivers/passengers die from an engine fire that starts from this type of leaking. Most recent incident: late January, 2010. The failure date was Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2010.

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car   Fuel Injector problem of Suzuki Grand Vitara

The vehicle involved is a 2006 Suzuki Grand Vitara. The contact was driving 15 mph when blue smoke emitted from the exhaust, along with the smell of fuel. The check engine and eg warning lights illumnated on the instrument panel prior to the failure. The vehicle was taken to the dealer. The dealer stated that a failure in the ground wire for the fuel injector caused the failure. The manufacturer was notified. The vehicle was repaired. The failure and current mileages were 77,069. This issue happened on Monday, Apr. 23, 2012.

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car   Fuel Injector problem of Suzuki Grand Vitara

The vehicle involved is a 2000 Suzuki Grand Vitara. The vehicle identification number (VIN) of this Suzuki Grand Vitara is JS3TD62V5Y_. Gas fumes coming from under hood threw air vents,the smell of raw gas is very overwhelming. Vehicle has been looked at by farrish automotive,the dealer claims it is only the fumes from the fuel injector. It has made myself and passengers nausiated and almost faint this cannot be a normal way for a fuel injector. Sincerely glenna hoch. It was Mar. 3, 2001 when this fuel injector issue happened.

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car   Fuel Injector problem of Toyota Tundra

2007 Toyota Tundra. Consumer writes in regards to air injection system pump malfunction. The consumer stated while driving, the check engine light illuminated. Almost immediately, there was a sudden loss of power, which almost caused him to come to a complete stop. The consumer took the vehicle to his local mechanic, who informed him of what the failure was. When the mechanic called Toyota about the parts, the mechanic was informed about an extended warranty from three years/36,000 to five years/ 70,000. The mechanic was also informed about a defect with the system, which caused water infiltration, which could compromise the system. The mechanic advised the consumer to visit the dealer. The dealer did confirm the diagnosis was correct. However, the consumer was informed the warranty only applied to a few states and the consumers stated was not included. The consumer paid $2300 for the repair. This problem occurred on August 1, 2012.

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car   Fuel Injector problem of Toyota Camry

The car was a 2005 Toyota Camry. The VIN of the car is 4T1BE32K85_. My vehicle was idling in my driveway when it caught on fire, mechanic stated it was a defective fuel injector. This issue happened on 12/01/11.

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car   Fuel Injector problem of Volkswagen Tiguan

The vehicle is a 2011 Volkswagen Tiguan. Vehicle identification number (VIN) of the vehicle is WVGAV7AXXB_. I bought a new 2011 Tiguan se and it stalls out at around 5 mph. This is very dangers in parking lots ( rolled into light post). Vw service first time I brought it in told me it was due to a bad fuel injector which they replaced , when it happened again just this past November they said it was a melted fuse box on top of my lights going out. This fuel injector problem happened on 04/03/2013.

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car   Fuel Injector problem of Volkswagen Jetta

The vehicle was a 2010 Volkswagen Jetta. The first time incident happened car almost stalled and check engine light came on an car had loss of power car was taken to cooley vw they told me at first that it was a tube from the turbo had to be replaced and the part was on back order so I called back a week later an then they told me that the emission system was plugged an it had to replace the whole exhaust system that took them a month to complete an they put 100 mile on the car because they couldn't get the check engine light to go out then they told me that the car need an emission ecm they repaired the car I picked the car up I didn't even go 1 mile from dealer an the car almost stalled on me again so I checked the fuel filter for my self and found that it was rusting inside filter housing an the housing was full of gold metal filling I replaced the 92 dollar fuel filter myself because the dealer didn't even check the filter the second time the incident happened I was driving down i91 in vermont an the car just completely died while I was driving at 68 mph I then had the car towed over 100 miles to capital city's vw they had told me that the exhaust emission were plugged an that they had to change the exhaust system again there was about 4000 miles on it since cooley did it then the dealer called me back an said that there was rust and the metal fillings in the filter housing again the filter barely 2000 miles on the filter capital city's then told me that the whole fuel system had to be changed they changed the tank pumps line injector rail injectors its been 2000 miles since they did that and now the car is acting up again it has almost died several time again I don't wanna take it back to dealer if they are goin to keep putting the same inferior part back on 3 times with in 10000 miles is ridiculous I am lookin myself for a pump that will work since vw doesn't want to fix it right. This problem occurred on Monday, August 1, 2011.

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car   Fuel Injector problem of Volvo V70

My wife and daughter were driving in our Volvo V70xc (1999) on a busy highway when it stalled suddenly. She coasted to the shoulder and stopped the vehicle. She was unable to re-start the vehicle. The fuel gauge indicated plenty of fuel so running out of gas was ruled out. She called for assistance and the vehicle was towed to a local garage. The technician diagnosed the problem as a failed fuel pump & injector. The fuel pump and injector were replaced and the vehicle started. The cost was approximately $1800. Within 3 days it happened again. This time we took the vehicle to a Volvo dealer. The technician diagnosed the problem as an electronic throttle control module. The cost was approximately $1200. The vehicle does not stall any more, but after $3000 in repairs, it has an erratic idle which is an annoyance. I read an article Aug 01, 2005 (ap online via comtex) where others where having the same problem. My concern is the safety of my family when our vehicle stalled suddenly without warning on a busy highway. Not to mention the $3000 in repairs!. This fuel injector problem happened on 06/15/2005.

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car   Fuel Injector problem of Volvo V50

The vehicle was a 2006 Volvo V50. The VIN of the car is YV1MW682X6_. The V50 t5 began to shake and tremble when started and placed in reverse. Driver thought the car had a flat tire. Inspected vehicle and shut car down. Turned engine back on and put in reverse. Limited power when pressing on the gas pedal. No turbo power. Pedal placed to floor and little to no speed. Vehicle trembled and had limited acceleration while being driven. Third time of turning vehicle on, the vehicle moved about 100-200 feet and stalled. Vehicle towed to fairfax Volvo at 11050 fairfax blvd. Fairfax Volvo found "several misfire fault codes. Cleared codes. Upgrade ecm with new software. " as written on service invoice. The same vehicle had the same trembling and shaking while backing out on 01/04/2007. It was Saturday, December 23, 2006 when this fuel injector issue happened.

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car   Fuel Injector problem of Audi Q7

The vehicle is a 2007 Audi Q7. Vehicle identification number (VIN) of the vehicle is WA1BY74L17_. When returning from a trip, about 1 mile from home I experienced a very strong smell of gasoline in the passenger compartment. When I got home and opened the hood, gasoline was spraying from the engine onto the hot exhaust manifold and instantly vaporizing into a cloud. I think we were very lucky this did not result in a fire that could have seriously injured me and my family. I took the car to a nearby garage, and the mechanic confirmed the issue and told me the car could not be driven. I had it towed to roger beasley Audi, in austin. After examining the engine they confirmed the leak and determined it was due to a broken fuel injector inside the engine. I feel this issue is a very serious injury risk, and will likely result in a fire hazard. This fuel injector problem happened on Jan. 8, 2012.

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car   Fuel Injector problem of Audi A6

The vehicle involved is a 1999 Audi A6. Engine malfunction. The consumers wife was driving the vehicle when it suddenly began to race, she was unable to stop the vehicle. The consumer ran stop signs and an intersection until she finally turned the vehicle off. The vehicle continued to race, and due to the level of racing, the crankcase seal blew out which caused oil to flow. The dealer advised the consumer the problem was due to a stuck fuel injector. Scc. This problem occurred on Jan. 23, 2003.

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car   Fuel Injector problem of BMW 325

I have an issue with my 2003 BMW 325xi. The fuel injectors are leaking/squirting gasoline out of the housing. I did some research and found that I am not the first with this issue. Every person I've seen post this issue lives in a colder part of the u. S. And it happens when it gets cold. I happen to live in wyoming where it's been getting abnormally cold. Not good for me. What I've been seeing is the problem lies with the injector itself where parts of the housing shrinks in the cold. Once the vehicle is warmed up after some driving the injectors will return to its proper state and stop leaking. The best advice I've found is. . . "for the time being. . . Turn your vents to circulate mode and low fan speeds to prevent the fumes from entering the cabin. Your windows will fog a bit but you'll be able to drive and the leak will stop once the temp needle hits center. Once the fumes die off in your engine bay you can open your vents and heat on again. " or replace the injectors with 2004+ fuel injectors the reasoning behind the 2004+ is that I've also found that after 2003, BMW updated the injectors to a material that doesn't shrink in the cold. To me, that sounds like a recall issue. I don't think I should be paying to fix something that has been recognized as an issue and that they fixed. This issue happened on 02/03/14.

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car   Fuel Injector problem of BMW 535

The car is a 2009 BMW 535i. The vehicle identification number (VIN) of the car was WBANW13579_. On an early cold morning, I crank my car and after it started I noticed that my check engine light came on; it stalled out and I had to restart it. This car has been in and out of the repair shop (BMW) within the last year approximately four times. The major reason was fuel problems. I had a diagnostic test done on it and the BMW repair shop stated that I needed all injectors, spark plugs and a fuel inlet valve replaced which will cost about 2200. The problem I have is that BMW published this information to correct an ongoing problem with 535i twin turbo fuel system; however at the consumers' expense. I spoke with a supervisor in customer relationship and she stated that BMW was not response for or repairing it. This fuel injector issue occurred December 31, 2013.

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car   Fuel Injector problem of Buick Riviera

The car involved is a 1995 Buick Riviera. While driving, began to smell odor of fuel in the cabin. Pulled to side of road, opened hood to witness fuel supply line to rear fuel injector rail leaking on to top of engine. Fuel continued to leak onto engine even after I shut off the car. It was Monday, September 30, 2013 when this fuel injector issue happened.

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car   Fuel Injector problem of Buick Riviera

The vehicle identification number (VIN) is 1G4GD22KXT_. The vehicle involved is a 1996 Buick Riviera. The contact is experiencing a fuel and a water leak. The dealer stated that the fuel injector needed to be replaced. The current and failure mileages were 150,000. Updated 04-08-08. This fuel injector issue occurred Saturday, March 1, 2008.

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car   Fuel Injector problem of Cadillac SRX

My 2004 Cadillac Srx has 98000 miles on it. The service stability system light comes on after driving for 20 minutes, each time I start the car. I clear the system and just drive. The car shakes while driving a bit and does pull to the right. I am not experiencing some of the problems many others are facing with this same warning, but feel I too will soon, it is getting worse. I also was forced to put in 89 octane gas at a station that didnt have super, I had a low fuel light. After 20 minutes of driving stability light came on along with check engine. I cancelled my trip and drove to my mechanic. He stated there was a misfire which may be from lower grade gas but after a fill up of super and a full day of driving check engine light is flashing. Bringing it back to get serviced I was told there was no misfire, clogged injectors norfaulty plugs. The problem was with the ecu. These cars sense a problem and "shut off" the problematic fule injector. Well mine is not problematic but the computer says it is!!! now what buy a new ecu!!! 149. 00 for the diagnostic and over 500. 00 for the ecu not including labor, I'm looking at a grand to fix the problem, if this is the problem!!! I really love the style and look of this car, but all the extra crap is overkill. There needs to be a recall for the stability system quick, we are going to have a Toyota situation on our hands. This problem occurred on Wed., Nov. 3, 2010.

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car   Fuel Injector problem of Cadillac CTS

The vehicle identification number (VIN) of this Cadillac Cts is 1G6DM57N43_. The reporting person owns a 2003 Cadillac Cts. After the vehicle was serviced for a routine oil change, it experienced a loss of power. While pulling out of the dealer parking lot at 20 mph, the contact depressed the accelerator pedal, but the vehicle lost power. The more he depressed the accelerator pedal, the less power the vehicle exhibited. The contact let up off the accelerator pedal and some power returned to the vehicle. The vehicle gradually gained power the more he released the pedal. The dealer reset the fuel injector switch; however, the failure recurred a few days later. The contact took the vehicle to a local auto part store and they performed a diagnostic test. The results indicated that three injectors were being misread. The contact must continuously pump the accelerator pedal in order for the vehicle to start. The vehicle currently still exhibits significant power loss and will shut off if given too much acceleration. No further repairs have been made. The failure mileage was 49,900 and current mileage was 51,000. Updated 07/29/08 updated 07/29/08. This issue happened on Monday, June 16, 2008.

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