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post #1 of 6 Old 07-08-2014, 08:45 PM Thread Starter
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05 powerstroke shaking at idle!!

I own a 05 powerstroke with 198k miles on it! Today I started up my truck and it began to shake(not violently)but shoke the whole truck a good amount, the engine was already at operating temp so I reved it up, (thought it was just a fuel thing). I have no idea wat could cause this! Once I begin to drive it will smooth out and go away! If I'm at red light for more than 15-20 seconds it will start to shake again! I would really appreciate someone's knowledge in this!


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More than likely its a sticky injector. But I'm sure some of the more knowledgeable 6.0 peeps will chime in.

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If it were a sticky injector, what is the best way for it to start properly working again


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Remove and replace is the only true way, but rev-x is a common additive....

oh and making 4 threads of the same issue aint the way to get help, its just annoying.

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What he said ^^^^^^ If your interested OP, I carry stock replacement 6.0 injectors.

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If you could borrow a cut out box it would work great for trying to narrow that one down.

Cut out or break out box, is basically a wiring harness going between the 9 pin connector on the valve covers, with switches wired inline to shut off individual injectors.

Sounds like injector issues or IPR to me, maybe even simple like o rings. Have you observed oil discharge from the injectors with the valve covers off?

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