Wow.. that was something else. Makes me want to try it. I just got back from the dealer and they told me I need them changed (the second time) at a cost of 5000.00. I am three months over the warranty. Just got off the phone with gm but i know where thats gonna get me.
EXCELLENT job on those pics and instructions!!!
Now where do I get cheap injectors ?
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Got them from a GM dealer who has an online website. They have some pretty awesome prices. I bought the injection unit for my wife's GMC 1500 w/5.7L from them a year or so ago. Ethanol screwed it up. They were $400-$500 les than any where else I could find. Funny enough for the guys from central Calif, they are in the SF area. Want to say Santa Clara but I forget.
No corrosion on the injector lines. My injectors were replaced under warranty twice. 2nd time they replaced at least 7 of the lines. Thought it was all 8, but when I replaced the injectors this time, 7 of the lines were shiny "chromish" looking, but the line on #3 cyl was dull greenish color. ???
I am currently tearing down my '01 LB7. When I removed the upper valve cover, I found most of the fuel inlets to the injectors caked in crud. One was so caked, I'm sure there was NO fuel getting to the cylinder. Is this a sign to replace the injectors? (obviously the fuel filter died at some point in the truck life)
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