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post #1 of 12 Old 04-27-2012, 05:01 AM Thread Starter
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milkshake in engine!

So I got water in my oil [I wont get into it] I ran the truck for a few minutes until it almost killed itself and jumped off the ground. Its got fresh oil in it now
and I cant get it to fire. I think if it will fire it can flush itself out. Ive sprayed some diesel fuel into the turbo but it still wont start. Do youall think the injectors need to come out and be cleaned? thanks for input.
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post #2 of 12 Old 05-02-2012, 02:18 PM
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Could be a huge number of things. Does it try to start or is it dry cranking??
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how much water was in there?

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that sludge that water and oil form will cause havoc to your engine. that sludge is probably clogging your injectors and hpop which is why it wont start
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This is one of those times you should pull the HPOP reservoir plug, suck out the stuff in there, and put in a fresh batch of oil. Maybe even drain the HPO rails.



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I had changed the resivor oil numerous times while running the engine on brake cleaner and shooting diesel fuel into the turbo. turns out all I had to do is bleed air out of fuel lines after the fuel bowl. It was a frothy mess!
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Shooting diesel into the turbo isn't going to do anything other than eat up the turbo seals. Next time, unplug the GP's and use ether, or use wd40 w/ the gps plugged in.
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Brake cleaner, either are no no's, unless your trying to damage motor.
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Correct, unless the gp's are pulled.
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What happens if you don't pull your glow plugs? I got water in my engine 3 weeks ago. It's running now but I had to do a PCM/ECM and a few other things. I dont know if my glow plugs are working because the light on the dash isn't working, and I don't know if my GP are working. If I'm highjacking your thread I'll move on...Sorry to hear about your troubles as well.



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