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Old 09-29-2007, 11:18 AM
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drain water from injectors?

My 95 got some fuel with water in last month and died a few miles later.I checked it out and the fuel pump was not working.I changed fuel pump and it won't start.It wants to start but just not enough.Lots of voltage,oil up,lots of pressure at shrader valve and smoke out of exhaust.What i'm worried about is the water that is stuck in the injectors.Is thre a way to bleed the water out.The pump had water in it.I also changed cps too.Any ideas please?
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Old 09-29-2007, 11:50 AM
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Have ya changed both filters? Water will stop-up those filters pretty bad. Check first with a good diesel tech before.....but maybe get a can of WD-40 and let engine run off of it till injectors clear. Good Luck Bud!!

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Old 10-03-2007, 08:18 PM
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I found where to bleed the rail in heads and it still won't start.We put it on the scope and no faults come up....just the c.p.s code because i changed it.Its funny because it will not start on ether or wd 40.The local ford rep told me that maybe the cat is plugged and i checked and its not.11 volts,150 rpm,3200 psi and 4 psi fuel pw.We also ran a buzz test and its ok.Any ideas.It sounds electrical related.I put the newer cps in....its supposed to be the same.Any ideas?
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