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Old 02-24-2009, 06:19 PM
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New injectors installed and work start

Just as the title says. I took pictures through the process to makes sure everything was put in the same way?

Any ideas

I have the truck on a charger to make sure the voltage to the FIMC has enough voltage to fire.

Please help!!!!!!
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Old 02-24-2009, 06:32 PM
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Just as the title says. I took pictures through the process to makes sure everything was put in the same way?

Any ideas

I have the truck on a charger to make sure the voltage to the FIMC has enough voltage to fire.

Please help!!!!!!
It takes alot of cranking to build the high press oil back up. How long did you crank?? Probably have a hpop leak. Did you get the stand pipe back in all the way into the oil rail??
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Old 02-24-2009, 06:58 PM
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Cranked for about over a min taking breaks to not kill the starter. I think i put the stand pipe in right was it the 40mm allen or the 1/2 drive on the oil manifold?
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Like Dusty said it takes alot of cranking. After it starts, make sure to leave it run for 20 min. or so, otherwise you may have another long crank on the next start. It will also take a tank or 2 of fuel before all the air is purged(not so noticable with stock inj., more pronounced with bigger sticks). Your SCT, assuming you have one, can show you your ICP parameters with Live Link. Just set-up the datalog, turn the key to the on position and initiate the appropriate datalog file. Use desired ICP and actual ICP.
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Crank for a while. Do 30 seconds on 10 or 15 off. Keep the charges on it and it will go. It can take a while. Really no way to mess it up. Oil rails wont sit right if the stand pipe isnt in. If you dont get it tonight, let me know and I can help you out. Im in Michigan. Ryan
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Old 02-24-2009, 07:04 PM
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i did the cycle of cranking for 10 seconds and then let it sit (14 times) with the cps sensor unplugged to build the pressure back up in the motor. even then plugging in teh cps, it had a bit of a hard time starting.

*edit* sorry, just saw it was for a 6 leaker. should work the same way though.
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Old 02-24-2009, 07:17 PM
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cps senor? Not the crank postion sensor

Ryan where do you live at in michigan. Are you friends with kurt in Kalamzoo?

Im gonna try it tomorrow morning
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Old 02-24-2009, 07:26 PM
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Cam position sensor. if it's unplugged, the truck will crank, but won't start.
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I didnt have to unplug it when i did the injectors right? Where is it located at?
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i can only speak for the 7.3, it's at the front of the motor, almost underneath the water pump. just about the most awkward-est position one could put a sensor that has to be accessed.

and no, i didn't have to unplug it, at least when i did my injectors.
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