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Old 02-21-2009, 02:53 PM
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I need some injectors. I have an early 99 7.3 and I was driving home last night and my truck just started running real rough and wouldnt run over maybe 50 mph. i know the truck is missing at idle. I know there was a recall on a cam or crank sensor on my truck but it hasnt been repaired. Does anyone think that it may be causing the missing in my truck? I thought i would try and post on here and try to find some injectors on here before i put it in the shop on monday and have to pay for new ones. Any help or suggestions is greatly appreciated.
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Old 02-21-2009, 03:18 PM
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from what i know and understand about the CPS is when it goes out it just goes it done give no warning bud but if you are wanting injectors get with jim at DIY-injectors he is good and he is fast but did you get any lights come on
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Old 02-21-2009, 08:02 PM
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Nothing at all.

There were no lights that came on. No water in fuel, nothing at all. I noticed it sitting at a stop light that it was running a rougher than normal. By the time i limped it to my shop, it was running the same as when it first started. No better and no worse. It started and ran today, just like last night. I am just not sure where to start as i have not done this type of work on a diesel before. Any help is appreciated.
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Old 02-22-2009, 06:50 AM
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hey bud i aint sure but hopefully a tech will jump on here soon but is your truck blowing any smoke if so what color
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I would put the purchase of injectors on hold and get the truck diagnosed first. What area are you in? It could be something as simple as a UVCH being unplugged partially or melted. Check fuel presusre?JJ
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A CPS can act up without fully failing, it did on mine. I replaced it with the upgraded International part and have had no problems since. A $100 or so CPS is alot cheaper than a set of injectors
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A CPS can act up without fully failing, it did on mine. I replaced it with the upgraded International part and have had no problems since. A $100 or so CPS is alot cheaper than a set of injectors
Thats no crap!
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A CPS can act up without fully failing, it did on mine. I replaced it with the upgraded International part and have had no problems since. A $100 or so CPS is alot cheaper than a set of injectors
really every time mine has gone out it just went but i aint got the international part do you have the part number for that so i can order one for mine thanks

sorry bud i couldn't help but i told you there would be someone that knows more then me that would help you
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Old 02-23-2009, 03:35 AM
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For the International CPS try part #1807339c92. Not sure if that is the actual IHC part # or if that is just the part # that the place I got mine uses. This CPS is a little more expensive than the Ford replacement CPS, but I think it was worth it.
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Id hav eto look at the uvc harnesses and the ipr valve. Mine had about the same syptoms...ipr valve.
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