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well guys she died today.. well almost


so i had to make ashort run to our legal office to drop some papers off. well i left there and when i went to pull onto the road and i had to get on it to get up to traffic speed. she fell flat on her face at 2000 rpm and wouldnt go any higher.

gauge for oil pressure on the dash drops at idle and check gauges light comes on.

i parked it back at work and when i left a few hours later it took forever to start. it started had 650 ish psi ICP.

started to drive home and she was idling real hard unless i kept the rpm above 1000. mangaed to get it home. removed the lpop regulator to see if it was stuck or if something got in it. it moved freely.

noticed when i get on it and it goes to the 2k and stops that my icp pressure will go from 2000 psi and drop to 700-800 psi.

i think my hpop might be giving up the ghost. need to to an air test on it first. im thinking the ball bearing thing in the side popped out and now the lpop oil is free flowing through the hpop

i just did an oil change with oem filters and i have the oem cap. im gonna pull it and see what happens with it and check the drain back valve.

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Got my truck back today. 8 new injectors covered by warranty. Best guess on cause was bad fuel. Runs better than ever now. Much quieter, more power and hopefully better mileage. I reset the electronic mileage meter and it is reading about 3 MPG higher than it usually does, but I am also aware of its accuracy issues. Will have to go through a couple tanks to figure out a more accurate number. It was getting about 15 on average over the last 2 years, but was down to 13-14 the last couple months.
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well guys she died today.. well almost


so i had to make ashort run to our legal office to drop some papers off. well i left there and when i went to pull onto the road and i had to get on it to get up to traffic speed. she fell flat on her face at 2000 rpm and wouldnt go any higher.

gauge for oil pressure on the dash drops at idle and check gauges light comes on.

i parked it back at work and when i left a few hours later it took forever to start. it started had 650 ish psi ICP.

started to drive home and she was idling real hard unless i kept the rpm above 1000. mangaed to get it home. removed the lpop regulator to see if it was stuck or if something got in it. it moved freely.

noticed when i get on it and it goes to the 2k and stops that my icp pressure will go from 2000 psi and drop to 700-800 psi.

i think my hpop might be giving up the ghost. need to to an air test on it first. im thinking the ball bearing thing in the side popped out and now the lpop oil is free flowing through the hpop

i just did an oil change with oem filters and i have the oem cap. im gonna pull it and see what happens with it and check the drain back valve.
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Does your IPR% max out when you're losing power?
Honestly man I haven't been able to look. I was too focused on trying to not let the truck die in the middle of the street. If I get off work tomorrow I'm gonna try to get it out on the road and watch the ipr% I just happened to have my sct on icp pressure and that's when I noticed that it dropped pressure.


Its taking forever to start now and still showing no pressure on the dummy gauge. Checked the filter to see if the drain back valve was stuck and it's working perfectly.

Thinking if my ipr is maxing out then the little ball bearing plug thing in the 03-04 pump might if popped out. Might pull the pump and tap and threat an actual.plug in it and see if that fixes it for now.

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I'm headed to ups/post office to return some stuff to Amazon tomorrow. So whoever wants a 7.3 fan clutch and adapter for $100 shipped let me know.
I paid $255+ shipping for it from bpd

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I'm headed to ups/post office to return some stuff to Amazon tomorrow. So whoever wants a 7.3 fan clutch and adapter for $100 shipped let me know.
I paid $255+ shipping for it from bpd

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Disclaimer: the next question is not 6.0 related at all, and i'm not a plumber...LOL

I've got a leaky toilet tank bolt in the downstairs bathroom, so I get to pull the tank tomorrow and change the spud gasket and toilet tank bolts/gaskets. Those of you who do this on a regular basis: My plan is brass bolt with rubber washer on the inside of the tank, then a metal washer and nut on the bottom of the tank. My question is: how tight do you tighten the nut on the bottom of the tank? 1/4 turn, 1/2 turn, full turn? I just don't want to crack the tank. I then plan on using a rubber washer, another metal washer, and a nut to attach the toilet tank bolt to the bowl. I picked up the Fuildmaster 6102 tank to bowl gasket kit this morning.

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I've got a leaky toilet tank bolt in the downstairs bathroom, so I get to pull the tank tomorrow and change the spud gasket and toilet tank bolts/gaskets. Those of you who do this on a regular basis: My plan is bolt with rubber washer on the inside of the tank, then a metal washer and nut on the bottom of the tank. My question is: how tight do you tighten the nut on the bottom of the tank? 1/4 turn, 1/2 turn, full turn? I just don't want to crack the tank. I then plan on using a rubber washer, another metal washer, and a nut to attach the toilet tank bolt to the bowl.



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Homeowner? I thought I just rented the dirt from the county. So technically we are all just renters with repair obligations

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Homeowner? I thought I just rented the dirt from the county. So technically we are all just renters with repair obligations

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