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post #1 of 17 Old 03-19-2008, 06:30 PM Thread Starter
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Angry HERE ARE THE SYMPTOMS...ANY IDEAS?

Symptoms:
  • Idles rough when warmed up...
  • Will NOT crank back after warmed up (has to be ethered, and yes i know...)
  • Used a gallon of oil in approx. 800 miles. (No leaks, no blue smoke)

Checked/Replaced:
  • Replaced CPS
  • Rerplaced PCM
  • Changed oil
  • Dranied fuel filter housing into a jar, and no oil in there.
  • All fuses and relays gone over

From what I've heard it could be the hpop.

SCUFFY828 if you see this, I mentioned bringing the truck up there to you to diagnose, but my dad is stubborn and is determined to find out for himself. Sorry bud

I get my license in May and I dont wanna be stuck riding to school with my brother lol. Please help me out

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Judging by the lose of oil i would say injector o rings.

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I would agree I had the same problems really hard to crank especially in the cold and I burned through a gallon of oil in 300 miles so I would definitely say its the o-rings. its not uncommon and I had to have them replaced after 120,000 miles so I would think that is your problem

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thinkin the same here...

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the truck won't start on its own, it has to be ethered. If this is what u guys meant when u said it was hard to crank then i agree.

What explains the rough idle?

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If your o rings have gone south they are not allowing the engine to pressurize with oil. That would cause a rough idle.

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ok is it easy to change the o-rings? Anything we need to look out for while doing them?

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They're not too bad to do. Heres a good write up. http://www.beansdieselperformance.co...torinstall.pdf

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ok man thanks a bunch

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definatly injector o rings, at least that is what mine was with your same symptoms

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