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Old 04-01-2013, 04:27 PM
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HELP!! big problems!

Well ill start by saying my friend and i pulled the cab off of his truck because his heads were starting to go, so while it was down he got the following parts:

Airdog ll
reg. return
58v FICM
upgraded turbo
head studs
190/75 injectors from warren diesel
and some misc. parts all factory ford gaskets

well once we got everything put back together the truck started very easy because of the fuel system didnt have to worry about air. It ran great for a day and a half just driving easy, he wasnt romping on the truck yet. Pulled out of the store and the truck shut off, well we got it back to the shop and pulled the filters off the air dog and they were empty so we filled them up turn on the key and the pump runs gets fuel psi up to the regulator(can see on the gauge) crank and the truck fires right up runs a little rough for about 5 sec and shuts off so basically the air dog is not pulling fuel from the tank for some reason. There is fuel in the tank and the line is clear we blew through it and heard it bubbling.

The other problem is now when it does start for a couple seconds its puking this "black fuel" out of the turbo up pipes right where it clamps to the turbo.

Im thinking this has got to be an injector problem but any thoughts would be greatly appreciated!!

Thanks!!
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Old 04-01-2013, 06:02 PM
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Man just do a quick search on the ADII here. The thing is a POS and Pureflow ought to be put out of business. Your friend threw his money away.
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Here is an active thread for your friends un-delight

the AD2 nightmare continues

Not sure what would cause the fuel the end up in the turbo up-pipe but i am sure someone will chime in
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Old 04-01-2013, 06:58 PM
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fass seems to be a nice option on the fords
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Well I certainly wish I would have done a little more research before going with the AD. I figured it was good being as innovative recommended it. Anyone have any thought as to why I'm getting all this fuel blowing out of the up pipes? Any chance it could just be residual unburnt fuel from the larger injectors?
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I'm pretty sure if that was fuel it would be hydro'd by now. And most of the time if your getting that much dueling into the cyl it's gunna be dumping straight white smoke.
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Old 04-02-2013, 02:13 AM
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It was smoking a good bit white when it did start and slightly rough to turn over for that first crank when it did start.
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What else could it be though other then fuel?
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Old 04-02-2013, 07:52 AM
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Did you pull the turbo to do the inj for any reason?
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Old 04-02-2013, 08:07 AM
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Yes it's a brand new "stage two" garret turbo from innovative
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