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Old 11-26-2012, 09:36 AM
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Its been deleted. I would check out PowerStrokeArmy for any tech related items you may need. They have a huge library of great stuff.
 
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thanks, I'll try that.
 
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Hi Guys,
My 1999 Ford F350 is being held financial hostage over fuel in the coolant. My local Ford dealer in our small town says gotta be a cracked head, and has offered to fix it for over $4,000 including 2 new heads. My International Dealer for the big trucks we run, says it is more than likely the injector cups you have been discussing, and that you can replace them without pulling the cylinder heads. I have spoken with a large Ford dealer in a metropolitan area, and he says the same thing the International Dealer says ie " the book says you have to pull the heads, but we do them all the time without pulling them". What do you all think.
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I would very much like to thank you for an reply in an old thread I found while trouble shooting my truck problem and you had the answer thank you!!
 
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Old 03-05-2013, 07:48 AM
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Originally Posted by 47chevycoupe View Post
Hi Guys,
My 1999 Ford F350 is being held financial hostage over fuel in the coolant. My local Ford dealer in our small town says gotta be a cracked head, and has offered to fix it for over $4,000 including 2 new heads. My International Dealer for the big trucks we run, says it is more than likely the injector cups you have been discussing, and that you can replace them without pulling the cylinder heads. I have spoken with a large Ford dealer in a metropolitan area, and he says the same thing the International Dealer says ie " the book says you have to pull the heads, but we do them all the time without pulling them". What do you all think.
Thanks RV
youve posted in the wrong spot but yeas you can do the cups without removing heads you can do yourself for around 500 bucks...
 

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