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Old 08-15-2010, 03:18 PM   #1
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What are the best fuel injectors for the 2001 4.0L?

I remember reading on this forum about mustang 4.0 injectors (or something like that) being the best, but I can't find the thread.
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Old 08-15-2010, 04:00 PM   #2
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I'm glad you asked. I don't feel like searching through the 1000's of threads on the topic. Mine is 2000.
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Old 08-15-2010, 10:53 PM   #3
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only ones you can use on a 00-01 are the ford xf2e-c4b's

these are the vehicles you can pull them out off.

FORD E-150 ECONOLINE 1999 4.2l v6
FORD E-250 ECONOLINE 1999 4.2l v6
FORD F-150 (1999 - 2002) 4.2l v6
FORD MUSTANG (2001 - 2004) 3.8l v6
FORD RANGER (2001 - 2004)
FORD RANGER EDGE (2001 - 2004)
FORD TAURUS (2001 - 2005)
FORD WINDSTAR (1999 - 2003) 3.8l v6
MAZDA B3000 (truck) (2001 - 2003)

do your research on how to clean them though, dont want to put used injectors that have been sitting for months in your jeep i imagine. make sure to get new o-rings to.
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Old 08-15-2010, 10:55 PM   #4
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what kind of gains can you see out of these injectors
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some say you can notice a bit more throttle response. Can expect better mpg because the fuel sprays out of 4 holes instead of 1 single hole therefor it atomizes better. Idle can become smoother.

I personally didnt notice anything except a smoother idle. I like to think it helped my fuel economy out but havent measured it.

the injectors listed above are ONLY for 00-01 models though as the fuel rail runs at i believe 49 psi, and the rest have psi regulators on them.
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Old 08-16-2010, 02:57 AM   #6
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Emaxx620 is right on with these injectors I got mine out of a 98 and 2000 windstar yes I got 2 sets you know just in case. I got smoother idle snappy take off and it seems a bit better mpg I haven't even bothered to figure it out (mpg) I'm happy with smoother idle and better take-off.
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Smoother idle and better take-off.
This also what I get from using proper fuel injector for my XJ. You'll notice the difference.
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Well I don't want to get used ones, so i guess getting news injectors made for one of these vehicles would be the thing to do.
FORD E-150 ECONOLINE 1999 4.2l v6
FORD E-250 ECONOLINE 1999 4.2l v6
FORD F-150 (1999 - 2002) 4.2l v6
FORD MUSTANG (2001 - 2004) 3.8l v6
FORD RANGER (2001 - 2004)
FORD RANGER EDGE (2001 - 2004)
FORD TAURUS (2001 - 2005)
FORD WINDSTAR (1999 - 2003) 3.8l v6
MAZDA B3000 (truck) (2001 - 2003)
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Yup.
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the injectors listed above are ONLY for 00-01 models though as the fuel rail runs at i believe 49 psi, and the rest have psi regulators on them.
99s also have the EV6 connector. It's better to seartch either for the injector's manufacturer part# or Ford/Chrysler/Dodge part number. This eliminates the Vehicle/year search which just confuses the hell out of people.

Bosch part number 0280155917 <--- I run these. 3 mpg increase, smoothed out quite a bit and got some "snap". These are 19#/hr for stock 4.0s.

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I have a 96 4.0 and wnted to swap injectors but I now see you guys talkng about interchanging with fords I have an 01 mustang with a 3.8 im parting out can I swap in those
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yea i have a 96 Cherokee also and wandering what i can do for some mpgs lol im geting bout 15mpg -20mpg city and hwy its completely stock except for exhaust and it is thrush muffler 2.25 exhaust with no cat
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99s also have the EV6 connector. It's better to seartch either for the injector's manufacturer part# or Ford/Chrysler/Dodge part number. This eliminates the Vehicle/year search which just confuses the hell out of people.

Bosch part number 0280155917 <--- I run these. 3 mpg increase, smoothed out quite a bit and got some "snap". These are 19#/hr for stock 4.0s.
yea, guess your right about the 99's. for some reason i thought some people said it was hit or miss on the fuel rail they used.

anyway, heres the chart that is in one of the threads on here


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so any idea about the 3.8 injectors working
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for which year xj's?

the list of vehicles i posted above is for anything 99-01 on post #3 (thanks jth877)

the picture i posted in post #13 is a diagram for all year XJ's
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