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Old 03-17-2013, 07:09 AM
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injector/wireing harness

early 99 250 7'3 255k, decided it was time to change out the harnesses for my injectors and glow plugs, thought what the heck put in a set of injectors and glow plugs too! Popped #5 out and there was no oil as i would have expected, but found some antifreeze seeping into the injector cup!?! Do i pull the heads and replace the gasket , then cups , or do i have a bigger issue?
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Old 03-17-2013, 09:08 AM
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no need for that bud, but you do however need to replace the cup. Has a crack in it..(common after so many miles). BTW, have you recently changed your coolant to an ELC type fluid? Reason i ask, is because the E99 used a different type of injector cup sealant, that is NOT compatable with ELC. Now that you have an issue, nows a good time to replace them all and change coolants or just replace the suspected bad one, and call it a day.

You'll need a special removal/installer tool for the cup/s. RiffRaff has them along with tool rental.
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Old 03-17-2013, 09:38 AM
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no need for that bud, but you do however need to replace the cup. Has a crack in it..(common after so many miles). BTW, have you recently changed your coolant to an ELC type fluid? Reason i ask, is because the E99 used a different type of injector cup sealant, that is NOT compatable with ELC. Now that you have an issue, nows a good time to replace them all and change coolants or just replace the suspected bad one, and call it a day.

You'll need a special removal/installer tool for the cup/s. RiffRaff has them along with tool rental.
LOL I was just looking at riff raff for the cups and tool rental, rebuilding my fuel bowl now while i wait for more dang parts! i have new injectors/ glow plugs, now will have new injector cups! Not going through all this for just 1 darn cup! LOL bad thing is, it's an ugly ugly truck! but always ran fine till recenty! No i have not changed coolant, But i will look into what i have been using, BTW rotella is on sale at autozone! the synthetic too !
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Old 03-27-2013, 06:51 AM
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well i just got done replacing cups an injectors, wiring harnesses too, buttoned things up and fire her up, runnning real rough , i do know it takes time for the air to work out, trying to be patient LOL took it around the block a couple of time, has no power at all ! what else can i do ?
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