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post #1 of 5 Old 10-08-2013, 07:33 PM Thread Starter
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hey guys, I got a number 5 injector bad, how long does it usually take to replace, and does a p0275 code always mean a bad injector
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It's not bad 5 is on the passenger side, a balance code is either the injector itself or the o rings on the one next to it. What year is your truck?

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its an 04, so the contribution/balance fault could b for the injectors around 5
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I put t6.in and it starts a hole of a hell lot better but still.has the lope like it has a cam in it till it warms up
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Check out the stickies on monitoring. I would check ficm voltages first.

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