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Old 04-05-2011, 02:10 PM
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Partial Hydrolocking

I am being told that my truck has a partial hydrolock due to one or multiple injectors pushing oil into the cylinders. Would the cause of this be the injector o-rings not being installed correctly? Ford says they have to send a scope in to see which one is doing this if not multiple ones. Is this something that happens alot? Thanks
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Old 04-05-2011, 02:23 PM
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it can happen when an injector is pulled and they didn't drain the oil rails........I've never heard of a cylinder filling with oil from a faulty injector.......
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If it was pushing that much oil in then it would be smokin' like a some bit!
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Sounds like a load of bs.
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Old 04-05-2011, 03:28 PM
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S they are basically trying to cover their a$$ so i will pay the bill is what your telling me?
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what are the truck's symptoms? why is it in the shop?
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As i was driving I heard a pinging noise so I quickly pulled over and looking out the front window through the headlights I saw a cloud of smoke for a very short period of time. After the truck sat for a little while I try starting it but it only gave out a short crank. I then checked the oil and there was barely any on the dipstick. Now back in mid December of '10 I had the pcm, idm, and the injector o-rings replaced and the oil changed. I only put about 3500 miles on it since. I'm thinking that the Ford dealer didn't install the o-rings correctly and the oil was slowly leaking into the fuel system. The oil does not leak in my driveway so it must have went in the fuel.
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did you check the fuel filter like we discussed in your other thread?
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Old 04-05-2011, 03:52 PM
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Didn't have a chance the truck was in the ford garage before I could get to it. It was at my regular maitenance mechanics garage and he had it towed to the dealer.
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Anything else I should need to know before I go to the dealer and speak my mind? Other than asking to see the fuel filter which I'm sure they discarded by now. Thanks
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