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Old 11-22-2009, 05:33 PM
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Replacing Injectors in 03 6.0 (need places to buy)

I need to have the 4,5, and 6 injectors replaces since the 5 is almost useless and it is dragging 4 and 6 with it.

I have gathered from browsing all the injector threads from the first 25 pages of a search on this that I don't want a Pensecola Injector off Ebay. What does that leave me for standard reburbished injectors? I have not been able to find much.

My other question is this. Ford wants about $1000 for the three injectors which is ridiculous. Whats interesting is my wife is expecting a bill of about $1300 with installation.
I know I can't replace a few injectors with higher HP injectors but who makes a good set of injectors for a decent price. I don't need much maybe a boost of 25-50HP without a Tuner.

Also if I go that route will that screw up any tuner I may get in the future?

Any links to places that sell refurbished or upgraded injectors in my price range would be appreciated.
thanks and if there is anything else I need to know please tell me. I have to buy basically within the week.

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Old 11-22-2009, 05:35 PM
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Im selling a set of stock injectors. They out of a 2000.
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Will they work in a 6.0?
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Old 11-22-2009, 05:48 PM
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Sorry didnt notice it was for a 6.0.
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no problem. Any other people to chime in?
any help would be appreciated.
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Check ebay probably man.
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Your best bet is finding a diesel injectors rebuilding company, they are useually cheaper than Fords. I would strongly recomend staying away from the temptation to put used ones in. You have no way from knowing what yer putting in may be worse than what you allready have.
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How do you know for sure it is the 4,5 & 6 injectors? Why is the place in Pensacola no good, I see them on ebay advertising $149 per injector.
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Old 11-23-2009, 04:20 AM
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I have looked on Ebay and have a few different places I am watching. My concern is I thankfully looked around this forum before purchasing a set of Pensecola Sticks and I think I am thankful I did.

Since I was lucky enough to find that though I was hoping there would be a few guys who have done the same thing or a few guys who also sell sticks.
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Old 11-23-2009, 04:32 AM
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I only know because I took it in to a Ford dealership and he hooked it to his laptop. He showed me during idle and acceleration which cylinders weren't producing. Its a pretty cool setup. He said while they were not throwing any codes that explained why its taking 10-15 minutes to warm up properly and is still lumpy.
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