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Old 04-30-2009, 06:15 AM
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Injector Question

Hey guy need a quick question.. im in a bit of a bind here and i need 1 injector.. any ways the guy i deal with has 04 injectors.... will it work on an 05 truck
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Look up the codes for the injecotors. But I don't there being any if at all a little difference in them.
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It will fit, but the 05's are slightly different from the 04's. Ford says to not mix them.
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Old 05-01-2009, 02:14 AM
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'03 and '04 and up injectors are interchangeable. If it's the early model stick you just have to rotate the harness. No big deal. If it's a 6.0 injector it will fit in any 6.0.
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3C3Z-9E527-AA (Original C91 injector) was replaced in 2003 with part number 3C3Z-9E527-ABRM (C94) and then later with 3C3Z-9E527-AE (C95). These part numbers were for engines built before 9/22/03. The latest injector number is 4C3Z-9E527-AA (C2 or C92) for engines built after 9/22/03 . The difference between original C94 & new C95 was internal change to clevis. Had to do with plunger suffering from side loading which then causes raw fuel to flood and enter the engine oil crankcase. Design improvements aimed at preventing scuffing.

Also (from Ford):
Change in 2004 from the 2003 design:
DLC (Diamond Like Carbon) Coated Plunger
• The injector plunger has had a DLC coating applied to it
• The coating will further increase the robustness of the injector against poor fuel quality/water intrusion and will reduce the risk of internal scuffing.
Note: This injector has different operating characteristics and can not be interchanged with non DLC injectors. Installing the incorrect injector could cause erratic or rough engine operation.

They will certainly fit. Your call on whether to use them or not.

http://turbodieselforums.com/downloa...004%20Book.pdf

page 27 (or 29 - can't recall which) of the presentation in the link above.

As I read it, 04 model injectors (after Jan 04) should be the updated version and be fine for all later models. 03 (and very early model 04 injectors) are not recommended to be mixed with the later versions.

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any 6.0 injector will work in any year 6.0
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