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Old 09-24-2008, 06:31 PM
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does any one know if there is any way to turn up the injector pump to put out more fuel?
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on the old 7,3 idi,s there is but not for the powerstrokes.
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3/16 BB in the regulator (low fuel pressure) Should be 60lbs to 85lbs
Regulator is the 19 mm brass bolt, on the right side of your fuel filter housing. Unscrew the bolt, pull out the spring, pull out the housing with a magnet, put the bb inside the housing were the spring goes, put the housing back, put the spring back in and put the bolt back in, just make sure the little nipple on the bolt goes in the center of the spring and tighten it up.
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so does that increase or decrease the amount of fuel
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so does that increase or decrease the amount of fuel
increases. better throttle pesponse, smoother idle for some
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