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miss in idle and really rough after 1200 rpms

Just changed my oil cooler and after i got it all together it started right up but rough idle and from 1200 to maybe 1600 rpms it has little power, and shakes like crazy.

I relized i forgot to prime the fuel bowl at first but i have maybe 70 miles on it and i would think an air bubble would be out by now. If i get on it hard it don't shake or anything only when I'm just crusing.

could it still have air in the lines? not throwing codes or anything.

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Just changed my oil cooler and after i got it all together it started right up but rough idle and from 1200 to maybe 1600 rpms it has little power, and shakes like crazy.

I relized i forgot to prime the fuel bowl at first but i have maybe 70 miles on it and i would think an air bubble would be out by now. If i get on it hard it don't shake or anything only when I'm just crusing.

could it still have air in the lines? not throwing codes or anything.

thanks

Did you figure it out? Check your injector harness and ficm connections make sure they are solid.

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