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Jeep

Diagnosing a bad Jeep fuel injector is relatively simple. For starters, the most obvious tell-tale sign is a misfire, either in one or more cylinders. When checking for a faulty fuel injector, get the Jeep's engine to operating temperatures if you can. If it won’t start, you don’t have to worry about achieving operating temperatures.

The casting number stamped on the injector is a good way to match up with what you now have. Enter that number in our search box at the top of this screen.
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Jeep Fuel Injector Upgrade Set
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Part # R12-11127-6
$151.95
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Fuel Injector - R12-11127
Part # R12-11127
$31.95
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