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Question what controls the injectors?

think I narrowed down the problem I'm experiencing. When I first start up in the morning and temps. are in low 30's it only seems like it's running on 4 or 5 injectors and lots of white smoke. as soon as I get on the road and get it up to 15 or 20 MPH something seems to kick in and all of the sudden I have all kinds of power like it's running on all 8 injectors and no more white smoke. I have replaced all the injectors (stock) and wiring about a 1000 miles ago. It just does it in the morning or when I first start up. After that there is no problem no matter how long it sits before I start it up again until the next morning. Anyone have any idea of what's happening? thanks
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IDM controls the injectors

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Does it sound like the injectors get louder when it takes off?

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Are they reman injectors. Sounds like the internal O-rings on a few got nic'd or they used crappy O-rings at the rebuild shop they came from.

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I had all the sleaves replaced with the new, not reman's, injectors. I haven't noticed any loud injectors. When it takes off it's like when your in a gaser and all the spark plugs start hitting like the're suppose too. When it does this, every morning since it's been colder then mid 40's, it's like there is no power when I step on the fuel peddle, Kind of gutless until I get going 15 or 20 MPH, then there's all kinds of power in the peddle. Where is the IDM located at on these? sorry I forgot to tell you what I have. 1995, F350, E40D, 4" Diamond Eye turbo back w/o cat. stock turbo, HPOP.
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I bet it's your EBPV.


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I had all the sleaves replaced with the new, not reman's, injectors. I haven't noticed any loud injectors. When it takes off it's like when your in a gaser and all the spark plugs start hitting like the're suppose too. When it does this, every morning since it's been colder then mid 40's, it's like there is no power when I step on the fuel peddle, Kind of gutless until I get going 15 or 20 MPH, then there's all kinds of power in the peddle. Where is the IDM located at on these? sorry I forgot to tell you what I have. 1995, F350, E40D, 4" Diamond Eye turbo back w/o cat. stock turbo, HPOP.
Are they actual new injectors or injector sleeves? Or are you referring sleeves as the injector tubes/cups????

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I bet it's your EBPV.
That crossed my mind too. :thumbup:

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Glow plugs and your ebpv is still closed is why everything your describing is happening

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Glow plugs and your ebpv is still closed is why everything your describing is happening
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