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Old 10-22-2012, 09:37 AM
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Long crank after new injectors?

I just installed a rebuilt set of beans injectors on my pap's e99 f550. I've done injectors a few times so I'm pretty sure I did everything correctly.

Long story short its taking a long time to crank. It turns over fast like its not getting compression. Then it fires and runs perfectly. It does the same thing cold or warm. I have not run codes on it yet but there is no ses light on yet.

Any ideas? I have an auto enginuity but havnt even opened the box yet since I ordered it so I dont know how to use it yet. Ill play with the truck tonight and post any new findings I I get any.




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Old 10-22-2012, 09:52 AM
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Give it some time and see if it gets better. Maybe you got a little bit of air in the system to get out....
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Old 10-23-2012, 06:54 AM
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It should fire off once the LOP comes up....how many miles are on it since the Inj's?
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It would get oil pressure after just a few seconds and rpms would stay at a steady 100-150 I'd say. It would take a good 30s to start. It's got maybe 100miles on it now since injectors.

I did realize something that I didn't do before swapping them out. Clear the codes. Had them reset and so far it's been working like it should.

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Takes time to get the air out of the system. Drive the piss out of it for 20 miles or so, lots of stop and go...
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Clearing codes won't make a difference.
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Takes time to get the air out of the system. Drive the piss out of it for 20 miles or so, lots of stop and go...
^yep, did this the first time i did an injector swap and it works. the second time it took forever to get the air out becuase I didn't drive it much for a little bit.
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Old 10-24-2012, 01:09 AM
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Clearing codes won't make a difference.
That's what I thought too but I swear as soon as we reset the codes it started working right. Probably just coincidence.
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