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got a recall on the injector orings today. anyone else ?
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got a recall on the injector orings today. anyone else ?
what year ?

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I had my HPFP replaced recently, and they did injector o-rings at the same time. I was unaware that the orings were a recall though.

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08 6.4 job 2

satisfaction program #09b08

says your vehicle may contain injector o-rings that may wear prematurely.
as a result fuel may leak into the crankcase.
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08 6.4 job 2

satisfaction program #09b08

says your vehicle may contain injector o-rings that may wear prematurely.
as a result fuel may leak into the crankcase.
They are really blaming it on the o-rings?

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thats what the letter says, it also said they can tell by the vin which injectors need
replaced. i think thier full of s**t, how would they know what injector was put in each
cylinder???
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thats what the letter says, it also said they can tell by the vin which injectors need
replaced. i think thier full of s**t, how would they know what injector was put in each
cylinder???
There is a list as long as your arm that has to do with everything about your engine, and even a bigger list about your entire truck. Who made the injector, when it was made, where it was placed, what o-ring is on it, where the rubber came from, the day it was installed, who installed it, what the guy had for breakfast...ok maybe I am taking it a little far, but they do know all of the info about your truck. It is all cataloged as the engine is built. One reason we pay around 50k for a sticker price. They do have a lot of time into it

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