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Old 12-17-2007, 06:34 PM
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99 psd, missing out, changed inj orings, what now? please help

HI, I just got my truck back from the dealer and the lady told me that it needed inj o'rings. so i changed them. Still has a miss.

Its vry strange. I pull the inj harness of the inj and it cuts out. well every clyender cuts out. so it seems like its hitting on all the clyenders.
One clyender on the front passenger side has the least amount of change out of all of them. I thought OK, maybe a injector. i had a left over one from my 95. threw it in just to see what happened, nothing exactly the same.

Does the power stroke just have that miss sound in them? It kinda shakes a little @ idle. it also seems a little low on power. It does have 35 w/ 373 gears so i know it will be a little sluggish.
It has 198K NO smoke ever. starting revving exc.

could this be a low compression on that front clyender? it's really hard to tell. Like i said you can pull each inj harness and it will bog down. every one of them does about the same amount of dogging it down except that front right one.

I'm very confused, outta money. I hope some one can chime in and help me.
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Old 12-18-2007, 01:20 PM
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The dealer said it was # 8 injecter,.
can i use any onjecror it?
im thanking about use a spare # 3 i have laying around
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It should work. I don't think your year had the AE long lead in the #8 hole.
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cool, im going to try this again.
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lets hope i can reuse the new seals.
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I would always put new seals on the injectors. Maybe someone can jump in if they have reused o rings.
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Be sure to check the #8 injector part number and make sure it's the same.
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if the code on the injector(ab, ad, ae) is not correct it will cause a miss at idle and maybe noise from detonation.
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Old 12-18-2007, 03:49 PM
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Oh,I put a injector in it from my 95 and it seems ok.
I will chcek that out though.
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