(approx) 2 Hours
Light to Moderate mechanical skill required.
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Hey, guys. Today, we're gonna be taking a look at uninstalling the DeatschWerks EV14 DV2 95 pound fuel injectors for 2005 to 2017 GTs and '03 to '04 Cobras. These are 95 pound or 1000 CC injectors so they're gonna be a great option for anyone looking for more fuel for their build, especially those forced induction guys out there. These have the standard EV14 body styles. So, they'll fit all '05 to 2017 GTs and the '03 to '04 Cobra. They cost about $700 so they are gonna be your go-to budget-friendly option. The install is a one out of three wrenches on the difficulty meter and I'll go ahead and show you how to get these installed now. We're gonna start the install by removing the strut tower brace as well as the engine cover. You don't necessarily have to pull your strut tower brace, you can get the engine cover out without doing so. But removing the strut tower brace is just gonna give us a little bit more room to work with the injectors. All right. So, we'll pull up on this right here. All right. We're gonna go ahead and remove the strut tower brace without disconnecting our battery. All right. So, now we'll just pull the engine cover. It's held in place by four rubber grommets so you just pull up on it and it'll lift off. So, at this point, our hose is right here on either side will move right out of the way. And then we're going to grab these two 10 millimeter nuts on this side and there are two more on that side. Then we'll remove these plastic covers and then we'll just have the foam underneath. With the covers out of the way, we can now grab our foam. So, at this point, we have complete access to our fuel injectors. But before I go any further with that, I'm gonna open up the fuse box and what I'm gonna do is I'm gonna pull the fuse for the fuel pump and then I'm gonna try to start the car. Now, you don't necessarily have to do this. I like doing this because it removes some excess fuel from the fuel lines before I disconnect it so I won't have as much fuel that will spill out when I disconnect that line. Like I said, you don't have to do it, it just makes it a little bit easier and a little bit cleaner. So, the fuse that we're gonna be pulling is this one right here in the bottom left corner and it's actually number 94. Sounds good to me. Now, we're gonna go ahead and move forward with disconnecting the fuel injectors and then disconnecting the fuel line itself. So, in order to disconnect your fuel injectors, all you're really gonna do is you're going to find your electrical connections, you'll squeeze the tab, and then just pull back and you'll be able to pull off the connection. So, it'll be the same thing for this side. We'll just reach in, grab our connector and pull it off. So, at this point, we're gonna go ahead and disconnect the fuel rail. You guys are gonna wanna grab a couple rags just in case. I'm going to put one underneath the fuel rail and wrap one around it as well just to catch any of that spilled fuel that we're gonna have. So, this right here is where you gonna disconnect your fuel rail. So, the way that this clip works is you'll reach around either side, push in the two tabs in the bottom, you'll see this blue piece pop up. From here, you'll be able to pull this back. Before I do that, I'm going to wrap this around it. Help try to catch any of that fuel. So, at this point, I'm gonna pull back on the line. All right. And now we are disconnected. This rag is definitely catching fuel. So, I'm just going to leave this here like that, catch all of our fuel. While the fuel rail is draining, we're gonna go ahead and unbolt the fuel rail. There are four 10 millimeter bolts holding it in place. At this point, we're gonna move ahead and pull the fuel rail with the fuel injectors. Just know that some of the injectors may stay in the manifold, some may stick in the fuel rail. The important thing though is going to be the O-rings. Depending on where your injectors wanna stay when you pull the fuel rail, just make sure you aren't leaving any O-rings behind. Also, be aware that as you move the fuel rail, more fuel is probably gonna pour out. So, I'm gonna go ahead and leave those rags there. So, at this point, I'm basically going to grab each injector and try to pull it out of the manifold and keep the injectors in the fuel rail just because that'll make it a little bit easier. All right. And then now we can try to wiggle the fuel rail out. I'm just gonna grab a rag. Just in case you spill any more fuel. So, all of the fuel injectors stayed in the fuel rails and one of the first things that I did was check to make sure all of the O-rings came out with the injectors. We left one behind in the manifold so I'm gonna go ahead and grab that now. At this point, we're ready to pull the stock injectors from the fuel rail. In order to do that, you're gonna need a flathead screwdriver. These metal clips right here are gonna need to come off. I also have an extra rag just because I am expecting some more fuel from the injectors when I pull them out of the rail. So, we're gonna go ahead. Use the flathead screwdriver to get in between the fuel rail and the clip so I can pull the clip off. All right. From here, we'll be able to get the injectors out of the fuel rail. I'm going to wrap a rag around the injector. It's literally just held him by the O-ring at this point so we're just gonna go ahead wiggle it a little bit from side to side and pull up. All right. So we'll pull the clips on the side as well. We're just gonna wedge our flathead screwdriver between the fuel rail and the clip. Okay. Now, we'll grab our injectors. Once again, we will use the rag just because there is still little bit of fuel left in the fuel rail. Once again, we are double checking to make sure all of the O-rings come out. So, here are our stock injectors and here are the DeatschWerks injectors. These have a 12.4 ohm impedance and you do get a set of eight when you purchase these. The other thing is these are the V2 injectors which means that they're E85 compatible. So, you can run E85 through these injectors and not have to worry about any rubber components being eaten away at. That being said, let's get these in the fuel rail now. All right. So, two things to call out here are you do get a little packet of synthetic grease with the injectors. You're gonna wanna use that. Basically, you only need a really little bit. We're gonna grab our new injector and just run a little bit of grease around the O-ring. It's gonna help it sit into the fuel rail a little bit easier. Now, the other thing to make note of is your new injectors do come with these gold clips. So, you won't be reusing the factory silver clips that came off the old injectors. So, we're gonna go ahead then and simply just slide this right into the fuel rail. So, you're gonna wanna make sure that your injector is seated all the way down in the fuel rail and that also the connector is pointed in the correct orientation. With our last injector in place, we're ready to take this over and get the fuel rail back into the car. Basically, all you have to do is line it up and then you're gonna wanna make sure that you press firmly into place. You're gonna wanna feel each injector click into its home. So, you guys just heard it click right there. This side is in. We're gonna go around and make sure the other side's in as well. Now, we can go ahead and bolt the fuel line back down into place. So, now we're gonna go ahead and plug the injectors back in on both sides. Guys, just know if your injector isn't exactly pointed in the correct direction, you can turn it a little bit at this time if you have to. And since we're right here, we're gonna go ahead and plug our fuel line back in. So, we'll just slide into place and then push our blue pin down. Next, we're gonna get the fuel line insulator back in as well as our bracket. Now, these are side-specific and they do have a front and back. You guys can see right here this is the left side with the arrow pointing towards the front of the engine which means that this is gonna go on the back side of the fuel rail. So, this is just gonna slide over our fuel rail. All right. So, we'll slide the bracket over the studs. We will get our hose back in place. Then we are going to slide our other line back over our studs before we tighten down the nuts. So, we'll do the same thing on this side, we'll slide our insulation over our fuel rail. We'll grab the bracket for the right side, slide that into place. Grab our two 10 millimeter nuts. Tighten them down. And then we'll take our hose and get it back in place. So, we can't forget to get power back to our fuel pumps. So, we're gonna go ahead, go back into our fusebox, return this relay right here in the lower left-hand corner. And from there, we'll just grab our engine cover. Much like it came off, this thing just slides back into place. The last thing we'll do is get our strut tower back into place. All right guys, that's gonna wrap up this review and install. Keep in mind you can always check these injectors out more online right here at americanmuscle.com.
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