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Old 08-07-2011, 04:34 PM
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3 different injectors on drivers side!!!

So today I put a new turbo wheel in (BDP) and when I popped off my valve cover to fit an impact wrench on the wheel, I realized I have 3 different injectors on the drivers side of the motor. cyl. 1 is an AE, which its suppost to be but people just put AD's in all once its time, so im not too worried, but cyl. 2 has an AB which is for an obs, and the other two are the AD's, how will this effect my truck? I bought it with 113k on it and now its got 126k on it, Is this something I should be conserned about or am I fine? Thanks.
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Old 08-07-2011, 11:48 PM
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injectors could have been rebuilt and modified.. but that being said if it runs right, dont worry at the moment.. lol.

My friends had 3 dead cylinders, runnin like hell, we pulled the VC's and found trashed injectors. and one was an OBS single shot injector, WTF? it was a mess, that being said hes got hybrids now..

Hows the truck run?
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Old 08-08-2011, 02:53 AM
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The ab in a split shot like the ad. From what i understand, a bit less fuel from it though. Early 99 truck used them I believe.
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No 8 cylinder should have the AE in it. Thats the rear one on the drivers side. The rest should be AB injectors for the early 99's.
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No 8 cylinder should have the AE in it. Thats the rear one on the drivers side. The rest should be AB injectors for the early 99's.
You mean it came from the factory that way???
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