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Old 10-04-2013, 11:57 PM
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Injector bore brush D94T-9000-D

Hey was wondering if anyone has a way of cleaning these injector bores out? These 2 brushes are over 100 bucks is there another way or brush that I can use to clean the bores and thread out. I have the injectors pulled and shipped off to Warren for rebuild right now and these 2 brushes are just too expensive for a one time use or hopefully not for another 100,000 miles. Thanks guys

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Believe it or not a baby bottle brush works just about as well you just have to use it for a little longer until it comes clean and the stiff nylon brisstles wont scar the walls of the injector cup.
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Dannyboy...awesome idea thanks man

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6.0 injector cups are stainless. Usually whatever oil/fuel will wipe right out. If you've got a copper washer failure you should consider replacing that cup.
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How do you know if you have copper washer failure and is this something you should replace when doing injectors
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No copper washer failures...so I'm good there

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