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Old 02-26-2008, 08:19 PM
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hpop

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1- i have replaced injector 1,3,5,7 2 time in less then a year is there anything that makes these pron to going out?
2- is there anything i can do to try and prevent the hpop from going out?
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Hm thats strange. Bad fuel can cause injector damage. Running your fuel tank low and pulling air can cause premature wear. As far as the hpop thats not really an issue on the 6.0's. Make sure your running the correct oil for your engine and that will help with your injectors and hpop
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???? not a clue.
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life wit looie did getting alinement done on your truck fix the shake????
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were the injectors replaced for cold starting problems or mising??? You could have just gotten one of the bad early batches of injectors.....some 03's had major problems with the first run of them.....

low fuel pressure will also kill injectors......so will going too long between oil changes....

the only thing you can do to keep the HPOP healthy is regular oil changes...
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life wit looie did getting alinement done on your truck fix the shake????
The majority of the Shake was from a SMALL DROPP PITTMAN ARM. I dropped 180 bux on a SUPER Huge drop pittman arm. It was a lot longer and Fixed the shake. I do get small vibration still but alot tamer than I had. But I need to get a custom steering stablizer made and that , Im 99% sure its gonna make for smooth driving.
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