Compression Ignition Addict
Join Date: Apr 2007
Location: washougal, Washington
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Justimix, thank you! you knocked that one out of the park! I pulled the two fuel lines and found that i had air coming from the 1,3,5,7 bank. i pulled all the injectors from that side and found #3 to be the culprit. the copper washer hadn't even been compressed, so just reinstalled them and after a little cranking she fired right up! Thank You.
Question for you though. Is it normal for the oil gauge to take a while to register pressure while cranking after an injector install? i haven't got the truck out of my shop yet to drive and am hoping that its just trapped air that is doing this.