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The number 8 injector connector had 2 wired that were loose in the connector (wire harness plug that connects to injector), one of them when inserted firmly clicked in and loocked as it should (possbly not done properly at the factory), the other one had to be convenced to stay, 2 pinhead size dabs of 90 second epoxy on the metal wire end connector pic, then inserted into the plastic connector body!
Easy as standing on your head in the dark on a rocky slope of a desert mountain with cactus and insects all around. If it was not for the awesome way this truck ran I would be snivelin about how tough they are to work on.
OH and I almost forgot to mention, it is now running GREAT! idles smooth, starts right up, runs smooth at medium throttle to full throttle, just like new or better (due to mods)
2004 6.0 4x4 crewcab long bed
retuned at 100k miles (superchip)
lifted 4" at 100K miles
egr delete at 155,999 miles
head gaskets and studs at 156K miles
4" turbo back exhaust system (cat removed)
reman injector set at 157K miles
fog light on with high beams, my choice, grounded high beam indicator light trick
20x10 forged wheel (Centerline) (tried cast and kept cracking them)
Hankook ATM LT325/60R20E 126S
Last edited by sirdarkveil; 08-31-2009 at 11:59 AM.