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Old 12-14-2007, 01:10 PM
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X-post cracked heads, fuel cups, ???

Early '99 sipping coolant ?s


I've searched on this prob. somewhat and found possibility of cracked fuel cups? Anyone?

TIA
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Old 12-16-2007, 11:05 AM
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OK, I'm going to start with the fuel cup check replacement. Here's where I'm at;

Found source for new injector O-rings, but still need;

Fuel cups themselves and the tools to do this job. I look up fueling/injector parts on PSSD.com's site and it comes up with part fiche for gas models.

Who/what is OTC, which has that special tool for cup removal. Also, there is a recommended tool for removing the injectors themselves.

Dockboy had full set of cups FS, but of course they're sold...

Any direction here would be appreciated.

Techs out there with a good link for this procedure and tooling?

TIA,
jack
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Old 12-16-2007, 11:07 AM
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Well,

You can only get 1,2,3,4,5,6 and 7 with the heads on. The tool itself is about $550 buck just to get them out.
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Old 12-16-2007, 12:05 PM
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powerstrokeshop.com has the cups

Powerstrokeshop.com

The special tool to get the injectors out is a pry bar.


Jon, have you or anyone tryed rocking the engine to get the cup out like you do to install stud and HD valve springs?

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Hmmm

no but thats a thought. Cant say i'm gonna do it with a pry bar thought. How is it you get ahold of the cup with a pry bar?
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Pull off the outer heater/ac box and you should have room. It's only 6 bolts and a couple plugs then you can roll the box over out of the way as far as the A/C lines will reach.
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no but thats a thought. Cant say i'm gonna do it with a pry bar thought. How is it you get ahold of the cup with a pry bar?
Pry bar was for the injectors. I have no idea how to get a injector cup out.
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Old 12-17-2007, 03:45 AM
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Ok

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Pry bar was for the injectors. I have no idea how to get a injector cup out.
thats what I thought.
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Old 12-26-2007, 09:33 AM
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powerstrokeshop.com has the cups

Powerstrokeshop.com

The special tool to get the injectors out is a pry bar.


Jon, have you or anyone tryed rocking the engine to get the cup out like you do to install stud and HD valve springs?
Thanks for the link to the correct parts. Just waiting for PSSD.com to get back from vacation....Will take pics and post when I'm done. It looks like this is a common job many of us need done.
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