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post #1 of 6 Old 03-26-2013, 11:33 AM Thread Starter
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Angry Quick AEginuity question

Hi,
we have a 1999 7.3l that is TERRIBLE to start in the mornings even when plugged in.
I know that there are a few injectors that are not functioning until it has been started and run for a bit.
When you first start it, the autoenginuity says that #3,5,8 have a high/low issue.
Once it runs and starts to smooth out, all the injectors are fine in the Contribution Test.
Is there an electrical issue or do I have 3 failing injectors???????

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Possible idm? Sounds kinda like the problems with the 6.0 and the ficms

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Well I would be worried that it was the whole side and a harness might be loose.
But since it's failing injectors on both sides of the motor and they eventually clear up makes me wonder.
I just don't know how to diagnose which ones I should replace

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Still no good info yet

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My guess is inj just need replaced.

I can't remember since it's been awhile but you test em hot or cold and if they failed, needs replaced.

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