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post #1 of 11 Old 05-12-2009, 11:59 PM Thread Starter
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Unhappy I need a how to for changing #7 injector

I have some bad injectors I'm told by my dealer #7 isn't working #1 & #3 are weak ? But I need to know if there a link to a how to for this . Thanks
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i never seen a link for this but i can tell you that its alot easier to remove the passenger wheel well and on the drive side take the degas bottle out. once you get the valve covers off its pretty easy.

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You can buy the workshop manual for your truck on the famous auction site for around $30 - $40, and it will provide you step by step instructions and illustrations. They are a great resource to have!

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Is it the early or late 04 (ICP under the turbo, or in the right valve cover?)?

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Maybe this will help: LINK

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Where are you located? I'm pulling mine Saturday for the 4th time. Fuel pressure gauges are priceless on the 6.0l

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Make sure you clean out the injector hold down clamp holes with some q-tips or similar, otherwise you won't get them torqued correctly and will probably end up doing it again.

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The ICP is on the right valve cover, I'm in central Illinois , and thanks for the link I'm sure it will help. Now do need to drain any coolant because there looks like a heater hose just inches above the valve cover or do I not need to move that out of my way?
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