Injector Oil Change On 7.3
This is a simple how to. To
Change your oil for ur injectors by ur high pressure oil pump it's supposed
to drain back and change it self out but the return hole is
Small and doesn't do it as often as it should . So u have to help
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6.0 Liter Ford Powerstroke - High Pressure Oil Pump & Revised STC Fitting Part 1
This 2006 F550 died while driving, then cranked and unable to start. In
this video, I show highlights to gain access to the high pressure pump.
Then I remove the pump cover and pump. I then show installation of the
revised STC fitting, then installation of the pump and cover.
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High pressure oil cross over
High pressure oil cross over ( let me know if you like the Video )---
just take your time and be safe do the work at your own risk and
responsibility or damage!!!!!
7.3L Changing the HPOP Oil - Sludge?
Some people insist on changing the HPOP oil in the 7.3L because if you
dont, you will never get that oil out and it will become sludge...... or so
Lets see if they are right. At the time of filming the truck had 210k
Perform all work at your own risk. Always take appropriate safety
How to check your 7.3 powerstroke injectors
This is a great way to start checking your injectors , watch the video then
start by testing the Exhaust manifold
for temp its a great way to chase down the problem injector or which side
is not working right ( if a wire harness goes bad then it can be multiple
injectors on one side) You can also use the Exhaust manifold part of the test to check other
diesels works the same in principle if the Exhaust is colder on that cylinder then its not
working correctly or not working at all , diesel injector test
How to: Clean EBPS and Improve MPG
If you have noticed a steady decline in MPGs from your 7.3L Powerstroke, it
could be from a clogged EBP sensor or tube. I will show you how you can fix
it in 30 mins for free.
Replacement EBP Tube:
Ford P/N: 1C3Z9D477AA
Replacement EBP Sensor:
Ford P/N: 4C3Z9J460A
There can be many causes for a loss of MPG, but it never hurts to check
something, especially if its free.