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Old 03-15-2007, 06:05 AM
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Injector O-Ring Question

Whats a good symptom that my injector O-Rings may be shot, as far as i know they are original. Reason i am asking is cuz when i let my truck sit overnight i will get a blue haze of smoke when i start up and when i accelerate real fast when it is warmed up i get kind of a miss. Seems like it only misses when i really get on it, Let off the pedal a little bit and it will stop.

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Whats a good symptom that my injector O-Rings may be shot, as far as i know they are original. Reason i am asking is cuz when i let my truck sit overnight i will get a blue haze of smoke when i start up and when i accelerate real fast when it is warmed up i get kind of a miss. Seems like it only misses when i really get on it, Let off the pedal a little bit and it will stop.

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To my knowledge blue on the am start is normal on the obs PSD. I found mine doing this on the am start then after it was gone. It seems take/leak oil. I pulled my fuel filter out figuring the fuel would be darkish or dingy in color indicating o ring leaks. To my surprise the fuel was perfectly clear. There is something wrong making it miss. Does it do this from dead start tromping it or from a roll and tromping it? in stock setting? Sure its not clutch slipping. Does the oil pressure drop at all when it miss' ?
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Old 03-15-2007, 05:24 PM
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It does it in Stock setting, seems to start "chugging" earlier in the other setting though, and its not only when im driving it will also do it when i am sitting in my driveway in neutral and i tromp on it. It will rev up to about 1900 ok but then it will start "chugging", do that for a while and then clear itself out
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Anybody else have any suggestions???
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