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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 07-25-2008, 01:10 PM Thread Starter
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broken nozzle spring

while doing my hybrids yesterday i found that i had a broken nozzle spring. is this a common problem? aside from that everything looked very good for 22k injectors, no wear or scoring and all armatures were at .003" i wonder if they had been done before i got the truck. i also noticed that a couple of the soleniods have some small marks on them along with the armatures being off 90* from them.

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Re: broken nozzle spring

Yes I think it is pretty common.

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Re: broken nozzle spring

If the armatures are slapping the solenoids then you don't have enough over gap.

And you probably had a slight miss and didn't notice it yet.
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Re: broken nozzle spring

the markings on the solenoids looked like pitting, it was only on the ones that the armatures were wrong on

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