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I am going to remove my injectors and install the new, I could use any info and tricks or tips...........:Thumbup: :thanks:
You must be super fast! If you can get the new injector in in about .00001 seconds then you MIGHT not get much fuel in the cylender but if you take much more than about a second to get it back in it's already to late.laysonw said:I am a big fan of removing one and in the same breath installing the new one. That way not as much fuel and oil leak into the motor. Plus I had no air in the lines after we did mine. Then just work your way around.
Make sure you get that fuel line to help take out the glow plugs... that deep socket tends to get stuck in there.
I think we cranked the motor over 8-10 times by hand and then did it a few times with the key...before the glow plugs were reinstalled. Gets everything out of the system..
It works great. one hand pulls the injector and the other has one ready and lubed up to go in. It is all in one shot. I am not saying it eliminates all the oil and fuel but it reduces the amount that goes into the motor. We didn't seem to have any air in the lines after... It made sense to me instead of pulling all the injectors and letting them drain into the motor.gtspowerstroke said:You must be super fast! If you can get the new injector in in about .00001 seconds then you MIGHT not get much fuel in the cylender but if you take much more than about a second to get it back in it's already to late.