Been trying to communicate that to you!
The typical time to fill the oil filter housing when cranking is:
10-13 seconds without the drain valve depressed
3-4 seconds with the drain valve depressed
Lastly - remember that when you have been doing air tests, it may run rough and the numbers may be "a little off" until you run the truck long enough (and hard enough) to push all of the air out.
Sorry I've been so thick headed. LOL
So I've replaced the following:
- Ball Tube Replace with New O-Rings
- All 3 seals and copper compression ring on all Injectors on Passenger Side
- All 4 injectors on the Driver Side (2, 4, 6, 8)
- Stand Pipe (but went back to original as the sinister diesel Stand Pipe didn't fit correctly)
- Dummy Plug (but went back to original as the sinister diesel Stand Pipe didn't fit correctly)
After all those replacements, I still have a leak... and it "Seems" to be around the #3 injector... What else is there? Maybe I should move the injectors around and see if it follows the injector. Then possible replace that injector if it is bad. I wonder if there is a way to test the injector, itself, by pulling it out and putting air directly in the top seal area. I think they have rubberized air attachment that might fit in that location. Other than that, I'm at a loss at what could be the problem.
Again, any suggestions of where to go next?
I will say, I purchased a used oil rail as the original had the ICP break off at the Rail and instead of trying to drill out the ICP I just bought a used one... I guess the rail itself could be cracked but its nothing I can see with the naked eye.