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Old 02-21-2014, 08:28 PM
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Need to know my problem!

I have had injector missing for a little while now, only when it runs a little cold, when it gets warn to 190 eot it runs fine, but anything before 190 it misses and even one time cut off on me, i feel like I've lost power, and i need to know if i have a high pressure oil problem or a bad injector? My icp and ipr readings seem normal, they haven't changed, i know you can buzz test for ba injectors, but i want to know what my problem is without blowing money. Feel free to help and ask me plenty of questions so we can get to the bottom of it, thanks


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Is your check engine light on? If so try pulling the codes and see if you get a cylinder contribution code. When was the last time u changed ur oil, fuel filters, etc
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I have had injector missing for a little while now, only when it runs a little cold, when it gets warn to 190 eot it runs fine, but anything before 190 it misses and even one time cut off on me
Perfect description of Injector Stiction
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Is your check engine light on? If so try pulling the codes and see if you get a cylinder contribution code. When was the last time u changed ur oil, fuel filters, etc

Im actually do for an oil and fuel filter change this week, no check engine lights, i pulled a cylinder 5 and 8 contribution code when i last checked i believe


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Perfect description of Injector Stiction

I know thats cause by the oil side of the injector, so would that be caused by a high pressure oil problem or a bad injector problem?


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Check out the thread: Fixing stiction
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Thanks for the great link, i might try that, but im betting that pulling all the injectors is a pain


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5w40 with some rev x or archoil, then take it out and run the sh-t out of it. If it is stiction good chance it will clear up.
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You may want to do a little testing before you throw money at it but it is your money so watse it if you want to.
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