I removed the injectors without the special tool. If you remove the bolt for the injector "C clamp", you can insert a metal punch that fits the hole on the clamp. You can now "pry" the injector out of the sleeve. The "c clamp" will lift the injector as you pry. Worked great for me. Some of the sleeves will come out with the injector. You will probably notice buildup between the injector and sleeve. Use a rebuild kit (new washer, rings, etc.) for the new injectors. If you remove the sleeves, check the o-rings. Once you reinstall the sleeves, use a little lube on the o-rings and use red loctite on the tapered part.Diesel Jeep;1545908; said:Looks Like I'm going to be replacing my injectors myself. So where can I find the injectors puller tool? Also does anyone know a good place to find injectors sleeves. The dealer here is useless they want to mark everything crazy high. I've got injectors on the way but am wondering where to find the rest. Any help is appreciated.
I'm going to take lots of pictures and try to post so others can see whats required to do it themselves.