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Old 06-23-2009, 10:44 PM
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I changed my injectors ,but it still runs as it did with on bad injector.

So i changed all the injectors and glow plugs ,then changed the oil but not the filter ,Then i tried to start it and rememberd that I forgot to clear the cylinders of the fluids ,So I then took it back a part and pulled the glow plugs cleared it out ,Then put it back together. But it still runs like crap.Would pulling the glow plugs allow fuel in the oil? Which would then make it run like crap?I understand the injectors run by using the oil to make high pressure so by thining the oil with fuel would that cause this?

ANY INPUT WOULD GREATLY APPED.

ALSO, IF ONE SIDE OF THE VALVE COVER WIRING HARNESS WAS DISCONNECTED WOULD THE TRUCK RUN AND NOT SMOKE A HOLE LOT? I ONLY DROVE IT MAYBE 3 MILES AND THE SMOKE IS NEARLY GONE??

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Old 06-23-2009, 11:08 PM
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The glow plugs are in the combustion chamber, has nothing to do with the oil or fuel.

Did you check the GlowPlugRelay?
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Old 06-23-2009, 11:14 PM
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I have not ,My buddy has the scanner and he wont be back till late wed. I added a bit to my first post thanks .
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Wow don't drive it with the harness disconnected. It must feel rough.
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Old 06-24-2009, 06:43 AM
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yeah I have to get in there to be sure ,I finished it up after a hour work day so I could have forgot to connect it .I will post the codes as soon as i get them .

thank s for all of the input.
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