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IF...you have another PCM to swap out, Id try it. Worth a shot, or remove the chip. I had a couple times a truck that was hit n miss no start issue. Ended up being a bad TS chip.

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Id start looking at the PCM, OR injectors cups, or Injectors themselves...

Got some photos of the setup I picked up last weekend.











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Too many projects. Too little time...
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can't run an IC with that on there.

sold the 460 parts truck i had, still have the plow

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97 F350 Crew Cab LB 4x4 5 speed 3.55 320000 plus miles (parts truck)



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Not without crafty engineering hahahaha. And good! For the price. I don't see why it wouldn't have
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I also forgot to mention... I noticed a scratch on one of my 20" wheels a few weeks back when rotating them. Thought it was odd and wrote it off.

About a week ago I was fueling up my truck and saw the scratch again... Except this time it was bigger....




YUP, its a CRACK. So I had to yank one from my other set, and then buy another to replace the one I took from the other set.... Talk about a WTF moment. They didn't leak because the crack was in the bead of the tire. But it was a matter of time before it eventually cracked farther, and split open.

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Good score on the parts Garrett. I picked up a truck years ago when I needed a donor engine for the old silver SD, it had an engine driven air compressor setup quite similar to that hydraulic unit.

Sucks about the cracked wheel. What do you figure it was? A casting/forging defect, or concealed damage from a previous owner?

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You should have utilized that air compressor. Haha.

I just never liked the electric dump operations on the truck. It's slow up and slow down. Now I just need to mess with the cylinder and make sure I can make it work and possibly get the cylinder rebuilt. It'll be pretty fast up and down now. Plus I'm contemplating a hydraulic tailgate release lol

I don't know honestly on the wheel. I've seen a few of the OEM wheels show up with cracks. Usually isolated to the large 5 spoke 20" wheels. But this makes 2 I've seen of the 8 spoke 20" wheels with cracks. These wheels are from 2007. So it's possible they had not figured out the correct process for manufacture. But there is no damage around the crack. No bends or anything. Just. Happened. What sucks is. The replacement wheel I purchased cost more than the two sets of 8 spoke 20" wheels I have combined. Lol. While that sounds terrible. The replacement cost me 214 bucks. I couldn't find a set anywhere for under 800.
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IF...you have another PCM to swap out, Id try it. Worth a shot, or remove the chip. I had a couple times a truck that was hit n miss no start issue. Ended up being a bad TS chip.
You gotta slow down and read my posts

Already tried another PCM and I do not have any starting issues.

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Id start looking at the PCM, OR injectors cups, or Injectors themselves...
Injectors cups are fine. I inspected them when I did all the injector o-rings. I thought i had it with the o-rings cause two were FUBAR and it ran great immediately after but it didn't last long (that was all talked about here too, some of you might remember that).

And that leaves me back at an injector again lol.

I'll go through some of things suggested while I'm waiting for a better dollar lol. We are at something like 70 cents still.
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[quote=JJFLASH;14241737]You gotta slow down and read my posts

Already tried another PCM and I do not have any starting issues. [QUOTE]

LOL.

So much going on in the shop and other messages I don't have time to sift through all the previous messages, especially in the chat thread.





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Injectors cups are fine. I inspected them when I did all the injector o-rings. I thought i had it with the o-rings cause two were FUBAR and it ran great immediately after but it didn't last long (that was all talked about here too, some of you might remember that).

And that leaves me back at an injector again lol.

I'll go through some of things suggested while I'm waiting for a better dollar lol. We are at something like 70 cents still.

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got to use my first ever gallon of Por-15.....
DID the oil cooler and all the steel pool panels of an endless pool for refurb.......

glued my fingernails down tight, that's some gnarly stuff.
i did the cleaner, rinse, then the prep rinse, but got some flash rusting even with the acid on.wierd....... but the stuff seems hard core.
hope it doesn't cook off the oil cooler......BTW had 6 agents from DOJ looking around they thought the oil cooler in prep for painting was an IED!
FUNNY!

At least one of the actuators is new,they all worked, the oldest one may not be as strong.
you can make a caltrop dropping device with that and a coffee can
it was the leaky manifold, every time. so there's a new switch, a new relay, a new vaccum switch.
the EPBV worked fine when I took it out. but it's been sitting for 1-2 years.

'beater' ceramic coated oem collector, some of the early threads were gone so I used the longer bolts,
it leaked at the flange because I used the expensive junky up-pipes that had a bad bend/design
since switched to the better up-pipes and just wanted to change the whole thing out.
it's probably good if you know how to clean up threads..............

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