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post #1 of 12 Old 10-27-2009, 02:38 PM Thread Starter
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Need some Help in a Bad Way

So took my truck to a diesel place. Not Ford bad idea i think. My truck passes all injector test egr ficm and everthing. Says nothing wrong with it and was there when he did it. It has to be an injector cause it has at least one cylinder down and misses horrible. Then one second you drive it it clears for just a while then back to crap. Thats my thought. So Im taking it to Ford now because they got to be able to do better test with there software and computer than that shop. That shop also said I had the latest update from ford for ficm tuning and not sure about that one. If anyones had the same problems or ideas Id like to here. Ford cant take my truck till next wednesday so stuck till then. Im going to do the injectors my self if thats it but don't no what it is.
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check the connector to that injector it may not be fully plugged in or damaged.
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ya thought bout that to but dont know which injector till I go to ford.
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Just go check all the connections that go to injectors, including the UVCH.



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Just go check all the connections that go to injectors, including the UVCH.
Especially the UVHC

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whats the uvch?
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under valve cover harness



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ICP will do that with out throwing codes won't it?
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Go to a Ford dealer that can properly diagnose your problem in the time frame you are comfortable with. Unless you are in the deep woods you have a couple to choose from. Trust your tech to tell you the truth. They usually will. They just want to get paid for what they do. If you choose to do your injectors they usually have valuable info. Get to know them and make them your friends.
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There aren't any under valve cover harnesses on a 6.0 but unless the shop has access to the IDS software then they do not have access to the proper means of diagnosing 6.0 injectors
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