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Created On Wednesday December 31, 2008 09:06 Diesel Talk
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dodgeram33
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I have a 1994 f350 the truck runs great always starts no matter what. But has no real pep and poor fuel economy. I dont know if its timming or to much fuel. There was a new injection pump and 8 new enjectors replaced about 2 years ago, that stoped the smoking problem but seemed to loose some ppreformance. I just had a fuel leak that i fixed but befor i fixed it when it sucked just a little air it ran like a raped ape for a few seconds then went back to being sluggish. Any idea how to check/ set the timing or fuel pressure? Thanks.
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