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Replaced Battery and got some lucas oil fuel injector cleaner truck is running alot better today then yesterday don't know if this was the case but I will follow up with fuel filter and fuel injectors if it starts again thanks for all the input. Oh possibility that I did get some winter fuel because this all started after a fill up the prior day that also maybe case.

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try a can of SEA FOAM it does wonders. cleans things up and dries out some water.

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X2 on the Seafoam. It's the only inj. cleaner that does anything in my experience.


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Posted: 05/15/12 04:13pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

ceaser 22000 wrote:

Replaced Battery and got some lucas oil fuel injector cleaner truck is running alot better today then yesterday don't know if this was the case but I will follow up with fuel filter and fuel injectors if it starts again thanks for all the input. Oh possibility that I did get some winter fuel because this all started after a fill up the prior day that also maybe case.

Brian




Tell us about the gas station you went to....

Low volume... out of the way?

Off brand?

Sounds like too much butane was added to the mix, making for too much vapor.

Let me guess.. the day after you filled up was quite warm.. unusually so for your area?

That does it.. fuel

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