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Old 09-28-2009, 01:19 PM
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03 6.0 Injectors???

Ok lately my truck has been blowing alot of white smoke when I start it in the morning and continues to do so until it warms up. I had my friend check for codes and 2 of the injectors are showing up. So would it be best to just change the two injectors or change them all being that they are the crappy 03 injectors. If I were to change them all I might want aftermarket ones .
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If the two injectors for which you got codes are on the same bank, I would probably change all four on that side.

If both valve covers have to come off, I'd probably just change out the two since changing out 6 injectors unnecessarily is a lot of extra money.
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It was number 6 and 8. Do I want to replace them with 03 injectors or will other years work?
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Other years will work as long as they are 6.0 specific. When I fixed my injector problem I just changed out the ones that were bad. You can tell off the reader how open the injectors are, ie, 80% and so forth. Just replace what needs to be replaced unless you wanna shell out 800-1k+ for stockers or 1500-3000 for aftermarket.
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Yes, other years will work (and are preferred). Replace them with the latest injectors (xxxxxxxC95 is the part number, IIRC).

Read this over, might be of interest... 6.0L Powerstroke Injectors
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Thanks for the replies. I guess I will just go with the two for now. I need to get this done because it ran like crap the other day and it was only 55 degrees
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Yes, other years will work (and are preferred). Replace them with the latest injectors (xxxxxxxC95 is the part number, IIRC).

Read this over, might be of interest... 6.0L Powerstroke Injectors
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Let us know if you need any help. I've changed out injectors 5 times now...Only once with functional injectors Stupid scammers...
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Old 09-28-2009, 03:23 PM
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Is this a pretty good write up to follow... Injector Install - Competition Diesel.Com - Bringing The BEST Together. Thats all Ive really been able to find.
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