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Old 09-05-2010, 10:05 PM   #1
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I have several sets of 6 #280155703 Fuel Injectors from various Dodge/Chrysler vehicles for sale.. Nice easy "upgrade" for pre-99 Cherokees. I tested them all with an ohm meter and they all are at the correct reading (approx: 12.5 ohms) and I have cleaned them up a bit to remove surface grease. I am asking $60 which includes shipping to anywhere in the 48 states via UPS. I am in Baltimore, Maryland and take PayPal or a money order. Thanks for looking! (Photos of injectors are taken next to a stock Cherokee injector) Please address any questions to me via PM.

PS: I also have several sets of other "upgrade" injectors including Ford yellow stick ones and some newer Ford injectors that are the same specs as the 703's except dark grey. And a set of cool bright green ones that will fit the 99'-01' Cherokees if you want something different.




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Anybody? Make me an offer. Need to recoup some weekend casino losses.
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Maybe next payday if I have "spare" cash..... who am I kidding...what the heck is spare cash anyway.

However if I do have a bit of cash on my hands and they are still available I might hit you up.
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One thing I can't figure out is why the Jeep injector is so fat compared to the Neon one. Anyway, you still have some in stock? I might..MIGHT.. Have some extra dough lying around here this week and I want some new injectors lol.
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I have a 98 sport, and was told it took a different set than neon's because of the plug. What do you have for me as a complete drop in, no plug replacment?
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I have a 98 sport, and was told it took a different set than neon's because of the plug. What do you have for me as a complete drop in, no plug replacment?
The '98`s are a toss up. Appearently they switched injectors and plugs halfway thru the model year so some would take the 703 injectors and others the 784. It`s the exact same injector it's just the electrical plug on the side that`s different. I have both at the moment but less of the newer plugged ones. Look at your injectors and you should see one of these two plugs:

0 280 155 703 will have this plug


0 280 155 784 will have this plug

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One thing I can't figure out is why the Jeep injector is so fat compared to the Neon one. Anyway, you still have some in stock? I might..MIGHT.. Have some extra dough lying around here this week and I want some new injectors lol.
Not sure why they changed the thickness. Actually the new stock Jeep plugs are just as thin as the Neon ones so maybe Bosch just changed designs all around. I actually have some 4-hole Neon ones in my Cherokee that are the same fat bodied design as the old Jeep injectors. They are a higher flow closer to the Mustang injector.

I have a number of the 703 sets but fewer of the others.
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703 is what I need for a 91 right?
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Ill have to look, but im pretty sure I have the later 784's, are they the same price and do you have any "upgrade" injectors that fit mine, yellow sticks or whatever you listed, upgrade is more psi correct
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Ill have to look, but im pretty sure I have the later 784's, are they the same price and do you have any "upgrade" injectors that fit mine, yellow sticks or whatever you listed, upgrade is more psi correct
Generally it is mainly an upgrade just going from the single port to the 4 port injector for better fuel delivery. The better atomization of the fuel gives a quicker throttle response and smoother performance. There are injectors that put out a higher flow rate and deliver more fuel if that's your goal but I've never gotten any of those in my trips. I've mainly stuck to the 4-hole ones that are near the stock Jeep flow rate.
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i just purchased these for my 95 xj. ill let you know how they do when i put them in.
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Not really trying to push crazy amoutns of fuel, just saw that you offered some "upgrade" injectors, i really havent read all 5000 pages of injector threads, just know the 4 hole are for better atomization. I also have a buddy with a 95 cherokee sport 4.0 auto. We are going to order at the same time. Any guarantee on the injectors?
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Any guarantee on the injectors?
Well they are all "used" but in good physical shape. I test them with a meter to make sure they aren't blown electronically but injectors rarely go bad electronically they just get dirty. I clean them and squirt the ends out with injector cleaner but don't soak them etc. Anyway if you get any and find they are not working I will gladly send you a replacement.
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Not really trying to push crazy amoutns of fuel, just saw that you offered some "upgrade" injectors, i really havent read all 5000 pages of injector threads, just know the 4 hole are for better atomization. I also have a buddy with a 95 cherokee sport 4.0 auto. We are going to order at the same time. Any guarantee on the injectors?
im the buddy. any discount for ordering 2 sets?? understand on the warranty.
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im the buddy. any discount for ordering 2 sets?? understand on the warranty.
Send me a PM and we can arrange something.
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