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Old 04-19-2011, 09:08 AM
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Need some help on changing injectors

Alright guys, last night me and my friend started working on his truck since his new injectors came in. We have the driver side done but my question is, how do you get to the bolts on the bottom of the valve cover toward the back? Can you get to them if you remove the wheel well or what? Thanks for any help in advance. Hope I get some soon cause we are starting on it again tonight when I get outta class. Thanks
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Old 04-19-2011, 09:11 AM
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Remove the inner fender well and you can get right to them.
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I thought so, thanks for the quick reply
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Old 04-19-2011, 09:14 AM
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I thought so, thanks for the quick reply
No problem Make sure you disconnect the ABS plugs that are attached to the cack side of the inner fender well so you don't rip the wires loose.
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Well do, thanks alot
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The air box get in the way for the back 2 bolts on the oil rail. Takes some ingenuity.
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oh joyyyy. Thanks for the advice, I'm sure we will get it. The worst part is going to be cleaning everything from god knows how much the previous owner has put it threw. I've never even seen a picture of a turbo as dirty as his, it's horrible. We have alot of work ahead of us... Anybody got a link to the thread about taking apart and cleaning the turbo and intake manifold? We are also doing EGR delete on it. It makes me angry that a person would buy a 50k dollar truck and just not take any care of it like whoever had it did UGHHH
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oh joyyyy. Thanks for the advice, I'm sure we will get it. The worst part is going to be cleaning everything from god knows how much the previous owner has put it threw. I've never even seen a picture of a turbo as dirty as his, it's horrible. We have alot of work ahead of us... Anybody got a link to the thread about taking apart and cleaning the turbo and intake manifold? We are also doing EGR delete on it. It makes me angry that a person would buy a 50k dollar truck and just not take any care of it like whoever had it did UGHHH
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