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Old 08-30-2013, 05:09 AM
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installed stage one injectors and 17* hpop

Hey guys hows it going new here .. names shane I have a 1996 f350 7.3. Just had a buddy install stage one injectors and a 17* hpop. also had my ts chip re burned as well. The injectors were out for a couple of days as he removed them to give the cores back. when I delivered the truck to him drove 2 hours and truck ran great. He installed the injectors and hpop and went to fire the truck and all it does it crank. He cranked and cranked and never started.. he didn't remove glow plugs to get oil out of cylinders he said while injectors were out he turned motor over by hand and shot oil out of the cylinders.. he filled hpop resivor and all.. wait to start light comes on and works normal.. when cranking no smoke was coming out of exhaust either.. he was telling me it was the ipr but truck ran great when I brought it to him..
right now the tuner isn't even hooked up because he tried to start the truck without that plugged in to see if it would run. checked all fuses for fuel bow all in truck under dash under hood and all.
any ideas on what couple of happened?
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Old 08-30-2013, 03:29 PM
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it usually does take a bunch of cranking to restart after injector swaps, you need to purge the oil and fuel galleys before they will flow.
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Mine took much longer than I thought after doing injectors. Had to recharge the battery a couple times. Probably 5 or 6 20-30 second cranks. It won't light off until it sees high enough HPOP pressure.
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My buddy with a 95 just rebuilt his fuel bowl and it took us a long time to get the truck to fire ( we didnt know you had to refill the bowl manually I have a 99) I had to use my truck to boost while we cranked his over.

After about 3 minutes total ( 15 second cranks) we started seeing smoke. Then it started to try and cough. We had hooked up a fuel pressure gauge and that's how we knew we were on the right track as you could see if go up with every turn of the motor.

His neighbours must have hated us, but it started... took a few days to really run smooth again though.
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Old 09-02-2013, 10:53 AM
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yeah we cranked this truck for a while a lot longer than normal.. there is oil in hpop reservoir, I put 12v to the ipr and it clicked.. getting a idm fault code and a high low volt circuit bank 2.. cranked it more and still nothing.
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Old 09-02-2013, 12:29 PM
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yeah we cranked this truck for a while a lot longer than normal.. there is oil in hpop reservoir, I put 12v to the ipr and it clicked.. getting a idm fault code and a high low volt circuit bank 2.. cranked it more and still nothing.
Sounds like one uvch isn't plugged in all the way and its taking longer than normal to start. It won't start since one bank is not firing the injectors to let the air out of that side galleys.

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