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Old August 29th, 2013, 11:09 PM
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I rarely go over 70 ...
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Old August 30th, 2013, 09:13 AM
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Nope, I do not run Ty's Diner. That is great if you could part with one and especially great that you are local. You don't perhaps have a diagnostics tool to read live data do you?
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Old August 30th, 2013, 09:15 AM
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Nope, I do not run Ty's Diner. That is great if you could part with one and especially great that you are local. You don't perhaps have a diagnostics tool to read live data do you?
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Old August 30th, 2013, 09:19 AM
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I have the rovacom setup and am not willing to loan it out.

The rover guage is a good option for you. And will be more mobile then my equiptment.

If you want to borrow an ECU, maybe a 4.2 version even I can do that for you. Have you cleaned the flame trap on the valve cover yet? Do you have an idea on the fuel pressure?

Anyway I will PM you a phone number.
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I rarely go over 70 ...
If you go 70 you may get run over out here by some other CA. Nutbag. Not advocating exceeding of or admitting to speeds in excess of 85. . But point I believe your trying to make is tall, non aerodynamic vehicle why risk driving at excess speed in something not made for such things.
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I have the rovacom setup and am not willing to loan it out.

The rover guage is a good option for you. And will be more mobile then my equiptment.

If you want to borrow an ECU, maybe a 4.2 version even I can do that for you. Have you cleaned the flame trap on the valve cover yet? Do you have an idea on the fuel pressure?

Anyway I will PM you a phone number.
I have not cleaned the flame trap and will have to ask which valve cover has the flame trap? Fuel pressure is 30-32psi.
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Old August 30th, 2013, 02:18 PM
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Passenger side. Grey canister size of a small Campbell's soup can.
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Old August 30th, 2013, 02:30 PM
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Passenger side. Grey canister size of a small Campbell's soup can.
contents taste about the same too ...
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Old August 30th, 2013, 02:50 PM
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from my personal collection of special links ... i give you this ...

http://www.conehead.org/Projects/Lan..._injection.pdf

manual test procedures for 14cux components ...
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from my personal collection of special links ... i give you this ...

http://www.conehead.org/Projects/Lan..._injection.pdf

manual test procedures for 14cux components ...
very nice, great information! Thanks
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BTW the ECU is the least likely culprit. They take a lot of abuse and either work or don't in my experience. But like the others say they are readily available from Discovery 1s and RRCs which both had 14CUX systems.
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BTW the ECU is the least likely culprit. They take a lot of abuse and either work or don't in my experience. But like the others say they are readily available from Discovery 1s and RRCs which both had 14CUX systems.
100% agree with Charles ... i
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Old August 30th, 2013, 09:17 PM
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BTW the ECU is the least likely culprit. They take a lot of abuse and either work or don't in my experience. But like the others say they are readily available from Discovery 1s and RRCs which both had 14CUX systems.
Agreed, just ruleing it out
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Old August 30th, 2013, 09:28 PM
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I have the rovacom setup and am not willing to loan it out.

The rover guage is a good option for you. And will be more mobile then my equiptment.

If you want to borrow an ECU, maybe a 4.2 version even I can do that for you. Have you cleaned the flame trap on the valve cover yet? Do you have an idea on the fuel pressure?

Anyway I will PM you a phone number.
What's the best way to clean the flame trap? Carb cleaner?
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What's the best way to clean the flame trap? Carb cleaner?
Probably a pile of dollars to buy a new one ... Carb cleaner or a regular degreaser would probably work.
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Take the crap out of the inside, soak it in gasoline and clean it off, dry it out, refit.
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BTW the ECU is the least likely culprit. They take a lot of abuse and either work or don't in my experience. But like the others say they are readily available from Discovery 1s and RRCs which both had 14CUX systems.
That hasn't been the case for me lately. I rarely even see any 14CUX trucks anymore, but I've replaced a handful of fuel injection ECU's in past months.
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