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Old 10-10-2012, 01:03 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I'm going to buy some injectors for my 2004 6.0. Should I buy the OEM remans or go with a rebuild from a injection shop? I've been looking on ebay and there is several on there alot cheaper than the OEMs. One of the shops DCPparts is in Memphis TN wich is only and 11/2 hours from my house. Another is Pensacola Diesel that had good prices. They where $170 to $190 where the OEMs where $250. Have any of you went with a non OEM reman?
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ive heard with remans u could have problems with them. i would still try it. r u going bigger? and if u do go with aftermarket, go with a good reliable shop.
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I'd get Full Force remans IMO only place I would buy from..we are a dealer....either stock or 155cc's..

Pensacola Diesel etc ...better read up on who your thinking about buying from.
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Many have said the best price for reman injectors was from international. Take a look at what you can get from them before anything else. I don't know the part numbers but maybe someone who has them will jump on a post them. Good luck, and as always since you have it apart it is a good time to do any preventative maintenance...
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I second Full Force Diesel and caryt is going to get you the best prices out there.

Pensacola has quite a reputation in the 7.3 crowd. It goes something like this. Buy 8 injectors - get 6 that work, 2 that don't. Fight to get those replaced, send them in get 1 that works and 1 that doesn't. Really fight to get the last one replaced - pay for three installations (or three Saturdays ruined if you're doing it yourself) and then you get to wonder how long they're going to last...
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I've bought from PD and I'll recommend not buying from them.

Stick with Full Force. You get a better tuner deal if you buy them everything from them.

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Old 10-10-2012, 08:07 PM   #7 (permalink)
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I checked Full Force out. It's good to know there only a couple hours from my house. All I seen on the site was full sets. I have two that are sticking when cold and both were on the same side so I was going to replace all four on that side. So I need stock injectors. Does anyone know if they will sale just four? As much as I would love to get a hole set in a bigger size I just can't spend three grand now.
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They will sell individual or you could send them for flow testing and minor repairs are included.


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Navistar part number for the exchange injector is 1878282C92 and it is an excellent product but not the cheapest you will find unless you have to remove the cheap ones, then the Navistar part is a bargain-------- Don't fail to replace the stand pipes and dummy plugs in the oil rails with the uprated kit, they are low priced and will keep the HPOP pressure up for easier starting especially when engine is warm. The part # for the kit is 2604306C91 and requires 1 for each side.
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Bought a complete injector set with harnesses from Pensacola Diesel in May 2012. Paid to have them installed. I had read the reviews but was assured by PD personnel that they sell a good product. Well the Ford hasn't run the same since. So I bought a AutoIngunity unit and three of the injectors are bad. Called PD and they want me to send those garbage injectors back to them before they will send out replacements. So I have to pay to have them removed and replaced. My truck is out of service and they could really less give a ****. Stay away from PD.
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I'm really sorry you're going through this - but if it makes you feel any better (probably won't) - you're not alone. Just remember - after you get your three "replacement" injectors, one or more of those will be bad so just prepare yourself for that.
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Not a mechanic but how about using the oil additives that relieve "stiction" first?
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I did try the Hot Shot Secret with 100% satisfaction and it did not work. They will give you your money back if it don't work but I threw the receipt away. I ran it for 7,000 miles and it didn't work. I have already change out my injectors and truck is running great. Got them from Tously Ford at a great price. Thanks
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