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Join Date: Jul 2011
Location: Spring Lake, NC
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Knocking, possible #8?
A few months ago, I had my truck scanned with the Ford Rotunda software. #8 cylinder came up on the computer but I didn't notice the truck running any different. Just recently, (250 miles ago) I decided to try the 100 performance setting on my chip for a whole tank to see what kind of mileage I would get. I've dogged the truck a few times between now and then and since i've had it on the 100 perf setting but I drive it as if it were in stock setting most of the time. Tonight when I pulled up to my house, I noticed what sounded like a knock. I left the truck running, popped the hood, and I could hear a knock coming from the passenger side towards the back of the engine. My question is, can I just throw an injector in, or is #8 cyl toast and the whole engine need a rebuild?
Truck is in sig, 117k miles. If you need more info, let me know.
2001 F250 7.3 auto 4x4 Lariat CCSB
4" MBRP exhaust
ISSPRO Boost, Pyro, and Trans Gauges
Strictly Diesel Pre-Pump Filter/In-Tank Kit
Strictly Diesel Regulated Return and Fuel Bowl Delete
High Flow Banjo Bolts
Nitto AT's 305/70R16
2009 Pontiac G8 GT
Intake, Exhaust, Tune
Camaro 20's, Camaro SS Brembo's
1997 VDub Passat GLX VR6
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