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Really, ether? You say you are a professional mechanic? You don't use ether in these engines. A quick way to crack a ring or a piston is to use either in an engine with glow plugs. Where are you located, becuase I don't ever want you to touch my truck or any of my clients trucks. If you don't know how to work on a diesel then you shouldn't do so. There are a few possibilies on what the problem could be, but if someone posts the fix for you are you going to pay them a portion of what you are charging your customer? This is a forum to help those who want to turn wrenches themselves, not a shop that doesn't want to pay for manuals. It's too bad your customer doesn't know you put ether in ther 7.3 because they cant hold you responsible for any engine damage that you have done.
99.5 F-250 4x4, 7.3 PS
State 1 injectors from Rosewood, GT38 (van) turbo, S&B intake, Comp Cam's 910 valve springs, Smith Brothers pushrods, AIH delete TS 6-position chip. Pyro.
2005 front end conversion, 2008 tailgate, taillights, and rear bumper.
Edge CTS monitor, and 4" Exhaust (Manufacturer to be determined).