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Old 01-15-2015, 08:22 AM   #1
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2003 VUE 3.0L
Default Cylinder #2 and #5 issues

I posted a thread back in August about fuel injector issues. Now here we are five months later and I got codes again indicating misfires on Cylinders 2 and 5.
This is the third issue with these cylinders.
The first issue was misfires and after taking it to the dealer several times ended up changing both of the injectors for these.
Last August, the car had major problems while I was driving. I had to pull over and have it towed. Both of theses injectors had failed open and flooded the engine.
Now I had some codes for the two cylinders show up again.
Is there anything that makes these two cylinders more susceptible to problems then the other ones?


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