Join Date: Apr 1999
Location: Justin,Texas, Republic of TEXAS (USA)
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The fuel filter housing will not be full if you check 30 minutes or more after fuel pump has been run. It should be full if you check it immediately after key off. If you crank it over and then go unscrew the filter cap and you have vapors then you have combustion gases in fuel from tip seal leak and the gases going past the o ring into fuel feed area in injector hole in head. In the cases of this problem I've had a truck that would start , run rough and then quit when you loaded engine. Usually the side w/o injector leak will get fuel until the leak volume from loading pushes all fuel out of filter housing.
The rough running may be more telling than the #7 inj code.
You could have a sticking IPR or a number of HO oil system problems.
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