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fuel in coolant reservior

just found fuel in coolant reservior, has any one done injector cups on 99 7.3 in veh. or do the heads deffinetly need to come off.
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They can be done in the vehicle. My buddy has a diesel shop and he just did a set about a month ago. There is a special tool that threads down into the cup so you can pull it out and then a driver to drive the new one in. I didn't see the tool or watch him do it he just told me about it, but I could get more info. if needed.

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