TBI Rebuild

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Postby Krank [OP] » February 11th 2014, 9:13pm

My vehicle was idling poorly and occasionally pinging on acceleration, so I decided to finally rebuild the TBI. Everything seem to go smoothly until I started it up. It went straight to 2200 rpm and blew white smoke when I turned it off. Rechecked everything, OK. I started looking at the hookup to the fuel injectors and I am not sure if I have them right. I have the red and blue wire on the left injector(drivers side), the white and green on the right(passenger side). The injectors appear to be spraying a very forcefull amount into the throttle bores. I did replace the fuel regulator spring(mine was broken and solid rust) and it did seem fairly stiff, but it went on OK. Could the diapham to the fuel regulator have not seated when I rebuilt the fuel regulator, and this be causing extra fuel pressure.

Is there a throttle adjustment I can make? Where could I have accidentally changed the idle adjustment? Any thoughts would be appreciated. Thanks
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Re: TBI Rebuild

Postby Krank [OP] » February 11th 2014, 11:15pm

I don't see any fuel around the fuel regulator, so for now I am going to rule that out. But, after looking at the tbi diagmram, I see that I have an extra tbi gasket in my kit. I installed what appeared to be a thick tbi gasket(1/4 inch maybe more) between the manifold and TBI. I don't remember what I removed when I took it apart. I wonder if this is a spacer that I don't need or if I need to just use the thinner gasket. Or both. Diagram seems to indicate just a thin gasket. Don't know if that would cause the high idle and white smoke. suggestions?
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Re: TBI Rebuild

Postby chevymaherchevymaher is online! » February 11th 2014, 11:22pm

No it isnt the gasket. For whatever reason it sounds like the throttle is open slightly or the IAC is stuck open and the injectors are running and not pulsating/ stuck open to you and me.
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Re: TBI Rebuild

Postby Krank [OP] » February 11th 2014, 11:34pm

Thanks for the reply Chevymaher. I will check the Throttle Position Switch to make sure I reattached it properly and take the IAC out and see if I see anything unusual. Is there an O ring where the idle control valve seats in the bore? I see an area where the valve contacts the bore that looked like it should have an o ring, but the diagram says nothing. thanks again
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Re: TBI Rebuild

Postby Krank [OP] » February 13th 2014, 12:18am

I checked the AIC and everything looked ok. Throttle position sensor appears connected properly. Started back up and noticed the fuel injectors are dripping a healthy amount of fuel. Could the regulator be pushing to much gas or does this mean I have bad fuel injectors. I rememeber, before I rebuilt the TBI, I had a small drip from the fuel injector while idling but smoothed out when I accelerated. The engine is not stumbling or missing, in fact sounds pretty good for an engine idling at 2200 rpm.
I disconnected the throttle cable to see if it was pulling too much but no. Exactly the same. Fuel injectors maybe?
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Re: TBI Rebuild

Postby chevymaherchevymaher is online! » February 13th 2014, 12:41am

First the place you suspect a O-Ring should be. Bingo there should be a rubber seal there. That is probably the source of your idle @ redline.

No it should never drip gas. It should be a mist spraying out. Excessive fuel pressure may cause the injectors to stick open or there is something blocking them from closing. Something is wrong there.
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Re: TBI Rebuild

Postby Krank [OP] » February 13th 2014, 12:52am

Yes, it did seem abnormal that the AIC point was just hitting an open area with no seal. And I had an extra seal that appeared to be the one that goes there(Aaahhhhhhhh). thanks again, I'll be right back.
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Re: TBI Rebuild

Postby Krank [OP] » February 13th 2014, 1:59am

No, I took the TBI off and I have a different AIC that requires only a gasket. there is no recess at the bottom for my AIC. I was apparently looking at the fuel inlet and fuel outlet port where I can see a recess in the bottom of the port for an o-ring, but the diagram only calls for a plastic washer on the fuel hose. I am going to disassemble and see if I can find anything. will be back soon.
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Re: TBI Rebuild

Postby chevymaherchevymaher is online! » February 13th 2014, 2:07am

On the stem of the idle control there is a rubber seal as it slides in the hole.
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Re: TBI Rebuild

Postby Krank [OP] » February 13th 2014, 3:38am

Yes, I see two different AIC listed in the following diagram(link). One has an o-ring and the other has a gasket. Mine is the one with the 4-prong connection. But, I think I found the problem. I will try to upload pictures to show you to confirm, probable tomorrow. thanks again I sure appreciate your help.


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Re: TBI Rebuild

Postby Krank [OP] » February 13th 2014, 4:58am

Ok, I checked the AIC and it appears to be frozen. I got another one and installed. While reassembling the TBI, I looked at the extra gaskets and noticed this.

This is a picture of my throttle.
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This is a picture of the gasket/spacer I installed.
https://imagizer.imageshack.us/v2/779x5 ... 6/uml1.jpg
And this is what I believe is the correct gasket.
https://imagizer.imageshack.us/v2/779x5 ... 6/iati.jpg

Apparently, the gasket/spacer looks and installs exactly like the correct gasket. The correct gasket of course having an opening for the passage that leads to the AIC. Does this look like the correct gasket? At first glance they look almost identical. I am now so proficeint at taking this unit out, I have no qualms about removing it and replacing the injectors, if they still leak. Will keep you posted.
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Re: TBI Rebuild

Postby chevymaherchevymaher is online! » February 13th 2014, 5:24am

Either gasket is fine. The thick one still can breath above the gasket.
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Re: TBI Rebuild

Postby offroad safari » February 13th 2014, 5:40am

ive had this happen... it turned out to be the cruise control linkage. I somehow screwed it in and the linkage pulled the throttle open slightly.
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Re: TBI Rebuild

Postby Krank [OP] » February 13th 2014, 5:47am

There is a misty spray, but right in the middle of it is fuel dripping down. It actually doesn't look like a fine mist, but more like a spray. I disassembled the fuel regulator, reassembled, everything seems fine there. Retorqued everything, checked all gaskets. Gonna give this a try, If not then I think the injectors are next. Might change my mind in the morning and just go get them before I put it on.
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Re: TBI Rebuild

Postby Krank [OP] » February 13th 2014, 6:31am

offroad safari wrote:ive had this happen... it turned out to be the cruise control linkage. I somehow screwed it in and the linkage pulled the throttle open slightly.


I thought the same thing after the high idle, so I took it off. thanks for the input.
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Re: TBI Rebuild

Postby Krank [OP] » February 13th 2014, 6:37am

chevymaher wrote:First the place you suspect a O-Ring should be. Bingo there should be a rubber seal there. That is probably the source of your idle @ redline.

No it should never drip gas. It should be a mist spraying out. Excessive fuel pressure may cause the injectors to stick open or there is something blocking them from closing. Something is wrong there.



I am concerned that the fuel regulator spring that came with the kit from advance is not the correct one. It was not in the cellophane wrap with the rest of the diaphram etc. It was loosely in the box. But it appears as it is the right height and and size. I am gonna check Napa tomorrow and see if they have a kit and maybe go check it out. The drip before the rebuild was minor and the regulator had a broken spring. Now the spray is more forceful and more drippy and the new spring is pretty tight. Does it sound like this could be possible?

Going through older posts, maybe I missed something.
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Re: TBI Rebuild

Postby Krank [OP] » February 13th 2014, 5:49pm

The service manual states that the injectors are different for each side. When I called Advance they said they only had one type and that it fit both sides, but Rockauto sells "some" injectors either left side or right side specific. Rockauto also sells some injectors with no specification as to right or left. Any thoughts?

Edit: when checking the original injectors, I have two separate part numbers(both GM numbers) and they are correctly installed. I am beginning to think these injectors are 25 years old.

Edit2: Called Gm parts and they confirm there is only one injector. And yet, mine has two different part numbers.
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Re: TBI Rebuild

Postby chevymaherchevymaher is online! » February 13th 2014, 7:42pm

Krank wrote:The service manual states that the injectors are different for each side. When I called Advance they said they only had one type and that it fit both sides, but Rockauto sells "some" injectors either left side or right side specific. Rockauto also sells some injectors with no specification as to right or left. Any thoughts?

Edit: when checking the original injectors, I have two separate part numbers(both GM numbers) and they are correctly installed. I am beginning to think these injectors are 25 years old.

Edit2: Called Gm parts and they confirm there is only one injector. And yet, mine has two different part numbers.


Okay so it may have a injector out of a different year. Or out of a different sized engine say a 350 or 454. Everything fits everything.

My opinion is go to the scrapyard and just get a TBI. Mine has 6 billion miles and works perfectly. Save some money. This is one of GM's better parts they almost never fail.
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Re: TBI Rebuild

Postby Krank [OP] » February 14th 2014, 7:10pm

I couldn't find anything that looked decent at the junkyard, so I went ahead and bought new injectors(full body heave at checkout). I installed them last night, charged the battery this AM, and started. The drivers side was spraying a cone upon start up, but began dripping after it was running, no cone atomization at all that I can see. It was running smooth as silk when I first started it and the idle is down where it should be for a cool morning. The passenger injector is spraying a perfect atomized cone. But, once the car warmed up and the idle dropped, it stumbled, and died. I can give it the gas and keep it running and it sounds excellent. I swapped the wires around and no difference. I was very careful installing the o-rings and filters so I am at a loss there. Looks like a bad injector, maybe? Or maybe the o-ring didn't seat.

The good news is the idle is down, one injector is working, and I can take this TBI off with my eyes closed in less than 10 minutes. Overall, I am encouraged, but I think it has to come off again. Can you think of anything that would make one injector drip and the other work perfect, other than the injector itself. Fuel pressure would affect both, right? My assumption is that it is the new injector.

Edit: Advance Auto is ordering another injector, so I will be going that route for now and if that doesn't work it is off to another junkyard for a different throttle body.
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Re: TBI Rebuild

Postby chevymaherchevymaher is online! » February 14th 2014, 8:19pm

I think your getting there. Wouldn't be the first time a new part had something wrong. Probably got a piece of debris inside holding it wide open.
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