Typically if you drain the fuel out you can just loosen the tank straps, support it with a transmission jack and turn the tank to remove the...
Unless it’s been updated the Operators Manual is wrong, there’s an Iknow showing the correct method. I’ll get some pics.
It’s the inlet for the air compressor.
definitely get the spring loaded CAC clamps.
Order some o ring kits and start pulling injectors.
I wouldn’t touch it unless you like repairing turbos.
Should be around 43psi. Check for exhaust leaks, any signs of soot, can cause a whistle. Rear manifold is a suspect spot. Best bet is to use a...
Are the terminals at the fuse tight?
There should be a nonserviceable filter available for for that.
Have you tried anything yet. Majority of the time it’s in the wiring, if you’ve tried a pedal and it’s still happening best bet would be an...
It’s on the back of the high pressure pump and is nonserviceable.
Yes but the shavings get sent through the fuel return back into the tanks to be picked up.
Check your DEF concentration. I’d also check your DEF dosing valve to make sure it’s not plugged and putting out the correct amount and pattern of...
Yes shavings in the filter typically only come from the pump. Do you notice the pump “chattering” while running? Also check the fuel line from...
First off I’d hook up a mechanical gauge to confirm the actual oil pressure.
Sure it’s not also coming from higher up? Oil passages for the head are in the rear and are bad for leaking as well.
Some are programmed so that they only turn on with the high beams. If not, check for 12v at the fog lights, may have a wiring issue.
Was it factory installed?
17 ft lbs then an additional 60 degrees.