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DV's on 12v

Deilvery valves
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19mm
DV socket snap on part # 503
10mm
11mm


Itís the same as the injectors, start off by loosing up the clamp on the IC boot, then work your way to the intake horn (x4 8mm bolts) take off the grid heater wires(x2 10mm) take the fuel line bracket off (x2) on the intake manifold, crack the lines loose on the injectors, and the pump and remove them.
Take the DV socket and wiggle it on the DV holder, loosen it up ( be carefull of the spring inside.. take the spring out.. and it exposes the DV. I like to use a magnet.. but others like needle nose pliers. Take out the DV and the little copper washer inside . ( you wont need it anymore) carefully install the new DV. 181.191, laser cuts what ever it may b. they all go in the same way. (check the o ring on the DV holder. If its torn replace it if not leave it be. Then you put the lines pack on and intake manifold and IC boot..

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nice write up Jordan!

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Deilvery valves
Tools
19mm
DV socket snap on part # 503
10mm
11mm


Itís the same as the injectors, start off by loosing up the clamp on the IC boot, then work your way to the intake horn (x4 8mm bolts) take off the grid heater wires(x2 10mm) take the fuel line bracket off (x2) on the intake manifold, crack the lines loose on the injectors, and the pump and remove them.
Take the DV socket and wiggle it on the DV holder, loosen it up ( be carefull of the spring inside.. take the spring out.. and it exposes the DV. I like to use a magnet.. but others like needle nose pliers. Take out the DV and the little copper washer inside . ( you wont need it anymore) carefully install the new DV. 181.191, laser cuts what ever it may b. they all go in the same way. (check the o ring on the DV holder. If its torn replace it if not leave it be. Then you put the lines pack on and intake manifold and IC boot..

So for the record when we install the new DV's we wont need to replace that copper washer.. just leave it out all together and just put the Delivery Valves in?
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So for the record when we install the new DV's we wont need to replace that copper washer.. just leave it out all together and just put the Delivery Valves in?

Nope, under neith the DV and the holder here is a copper washer you dont need it...

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well, im about to do this. lets see how easy it is.

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easy huh?>
piece of cake. now i need some new ones to try out.

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how hard of a job is it to put new DVs in? blackcloudctd95 werent you cutting or selling laser cut .191's a while back? if so whats the price

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For someone who has never done it before, if you are a good wrench, and have your tools organized and right there, I would estimate this job to take an hour and a half for a first timer, working straight though, that is.

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