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Old 02-01-2010, 01:10 PM
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POS want start pt2!!!!!!!!

i took my truck to my deisel shop. so far im lookin at a few bad injectors and a bad idm. nows the time i need a ceap stage 2 rebuild kit from jim or beans i guess and a cheap idm. i need a quick turnaround on this question..... please all info is good info i need websites and all sugestions are welcome.
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im not sure what the question is, but you can check out his website DIY-Injectors.com

and for idm's look on ebay
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Old 02-01-2010, 03:29 PM
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yeah well will the diy kit be all i need to fix the injectors if there bad and can i expect an idm on ebay to work? the place working on the truck wants 800 for an idm
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yeah well will the diy kit be all i need to fix the injectors if there bad and can i expect an idm on ebay to work? the place working on the truck wants 800 for an idm
im not an injector expert so im not sure i guess it will depend on whats actually wrong with them

i bought an IDM off of ebay for $150 and it worked great
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yeah thats a hell of alot better than 800
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Old 02-02-2010, 11:19 AM
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i need a link to a site where i can get an idm
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Old 02-02-2010, 11:22 AM
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A stage 2 kit won't fix broken injectors IIRC...but i may be wrong....i thought the kit took working injectors and made them flow more fuel, not fix them.
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A stage 2 kit won't fix broken injectors IIRC...but i may be wrong....i thought the kit took working injectors and made them flow more fuel, not fix them.
You can still have non-working ones rebuilt but its gonna cost you an arm and a leg for stage 2's to be FULLY rebuilt.
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Old 02-02-2010, 12:54 PM
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good advice i was wrong its just the orings so im just gona let them fix em and i have found an idm so thanks for the help
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