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I have a 2003 6.0 fx4 6,speed manual tranny 10 inch lift 37 tires egr delete arp head studs, new oil cooler 94000 miles on the truck and an edge cts programmer, and new ficm.

What's killing me is I paid a guy 2400.00 to replace the injectors 400 miles ago and I think he didn't complete the job cause now I have the injectors going out and when I asked him about it he fed me a bunch of crap about that it would take forever for them to send us replacement under warranty and then fed us crap that he checked and they were only covered for 3 months, which even advanced auto or auto zone have a 1 year warranty but I guess that's not here or there. Anyhow when the injectors started going about a month ago I had an injector code p0281 which whatever with the rip off I bought and injector and replaced it, everything was fine, then almost immediately another code on injector 7 we replaced it, ran freaking awesome last night then when we got home code p0272 for injector 4.

I can not figure out what in the world is up with it, we have a crap ton of money in this truck and even though she is my baby I am about ready to give.

Here's the readings wifey pulled on programmer
Ficm: 47.5 to 48.5
ICPV: 1.6 running .2 truck off key on
VGT% 66.7 to 68
MAP PSI: 13 setting still


Any advice would be appreciated

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read up on checking FICM. Check it when stone cold at three points: KOEO, cranking and at initial idle after start-up.

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47.5 to 48.5 at all time cranking running and setting, we replaced the ficm not even 2000 miles ago never goes below 47.5
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