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Old 10-29-2010, 10:10 AM
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2500HeavyDuty, what needs to come off to do the drivers side. Is there a similar right up for it. I see theres two fuel lines that need to be moved and some sort of box. What do I need to know before I attempt to move them.

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Old 10-31-2010, 11:49 AM
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the two fuel lines, the box, ecm wire harness needs to be pushed out the way, and rad hose
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If a cup comes out and you loose coolant into the cylinder; you could suck the majority of it out with a shop-vac. Just take a small piece of plastic tubing or similar and duct tape it the the end of your shop-vac hose. Once the majority is out its still a good idea to turn the engine over to make certain its clean, but much less messy that way.
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Old 11-08-2010, 06:42 PM
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Great write up!
This should be a sticky!
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Old 11-16-2010, 08:35 AM
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Put a bead of sealant to the bottom of the upper valve cover about 2-3mm wide and 1mm high and install the upper valve cover.



Tighten bolts to 8 Nm or 71 lbin in this sequence




Install injector lines and keepers



Now put the the FF and FICM back on and ur ready to do the driver side







Thanks to mytmousemalibu (chris) for for giving me tips and hints on replacing the injectors
LB7: LB7 Injector replacment hints & tips! DIY - Duramax Diesels Forum
Great job. much better than a Chilton's manual. i will be doing all 8 myself as soon as they come in. i was quoted 5400.00 at a local dealer. thanks for posting awesome.
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Yea I have been smoking for a few months, and found out it was my injectors, have 4 bad ones, looked every where for injectors all very costly, and alot of remans, so when I asked my mech. he said he only used new from dealer, so I called the dealer here in Oakdale, CA. and asked if the injectors where new or reman. and was told they where reman. for 350.00 each and a 150.00 core charge, and that they are boshe remans. I got mine on ebay for 231.00 and no core, so is there anyone that you guys know that will buy the cores, if so please let me know, getting ready to change them out after thanksging, so any help would be great.
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Most of the Bosh injectors out there for 350.00 or less will be re manufactured.If you are looking for injectors on a tight budget try Pensacola Diesel. They have a super kit it contains 8 reman. injectors wich are stock and 8 new glow plugs,with gaskets and o rings for 1679.00 not too bad . they will ship in 2 days. they will also give you 30 days to get the cores to them with out charging you for them up front.
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pensecola sucks.............. all i've ever seen is posts on how junk thier injectors are, remember you get what you pay for in the diesel world..........

as far as those cores ill have to try and find him but i know a guy that was buyin them........
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Old 11-24-2010, 07:53 PM
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Very good write up, i'm sure i will archive this for future ref... Thanks
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Old 11-25-2010, 08:16 AM
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Back-in-Black;

Do you mind PMing me with the Website you used to buy the injectors? I'm new here and can't PM you.

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Great write up 2500HEAVYDUTY............
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