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post #1 of 8 Old 01-03-2011, 02:02 PM Thread Starter
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a couple of months ago i noticed my 01 stroker was starting to seem a little slugish so a got a TS 6 position chip and seemed to do pretty good but on the 140 seting the truck would spit and sputter bfore it would get up and go so i just would run it on 3. now it has realy lost power if its on stock. ther is barely any smoke even on the high setting.

with chip removed at idle ipr 9% icp 492psi map14 ebp 14. #3 and #8 cylinder cotribution balance fault.
the ipr at wot wont open more than 30%. I have replaced map and icp and ebp hose is clear.
im wondering if 3 and 8 injectors are bad. any help would be great. thanks

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post #2 of 8 Old 01-03-2011, 02:09 PM Thread Starter
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on another note when started in the morning when below freezing i have no throtle respons for a couple of minutes. i usually go out an start it and let it run 10 to 15 bfor i leave

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99 f-350 W/02 engine 6 speed 4D, 4x4, bale spike bed, Alcoa aluminum wheels, 4 inch TB strait pipe, BDP stage 2 injectors, ts 6 position chip, diy intake, autometer boost/pyro, boost fooler
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look in the upper fuel housing and check for rust. otherwise i would say yes you need injectors 3 and 8
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mine doing the same thing, i did have rust but i cleaned it all and still have same issue. may have contaminated fuel system ,but i am not sure. any ideas?
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i think im gona try and take it up to OKC Automotive Solutions Bret Burnham is damn good. he said there are to many factors that can contribute. so ill just get it done rite and probly same money in the long run

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I have a 99 7.3 with low power after driving for 10-20 miles and the same #3 & #8 contribution fault. Have installed rebuilt injectors and moved these to different positions but get the same fault. What was your diagnosis? Any other suggestions?
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im pretty sure the injector code is caused by the dumb grey CPS. so thats not your prob i dont think.
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you may want to check the screens in the tank for your concern, if it feels like it has no boost , most likely loosing fuel pressure!
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