Injectors!!

Discussion in 'Trucks [ Eighteen Wheelers ]' started by haulhand, May 10, 2012.

  1. haulhand

    haulhand Road Train Member

    Woohoo I get to buy a set of injectors tomorrow for this ###### old N14. Oh well owned the truck for a year and this is the first problem.


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  3. seabring

    seabring Road Train Member

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    How much is this going to cost? How did you know that you needed to replace the injectors?
     
  4. blanco

    blanco Road Train Member

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    I've replace injectors on my n14 1 at a time as they went bad. 6th 3 yrs ago and 1st 2 yrs ago.


    I do them myself and its prtty easy
     
  5. haulhand

    haulhand Road Train Member

    The truck has a horrible miss when you throttle into it. It also has a wicked pop when it idles, and it's blowing raw fuel out of the stacks. The set including labor is going to be 3600 the cummins dealer wanted 6 grand and couldn't do it until Monday.
     
  6. haulhand

    haulhand Road Train Member

    I think the other 5 are pretty weak so I'm going to just put a set in it.
     
  7. crazzy448

    crazzy448 Light Load Member

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    Cummins has a deal if you buy 5 you get the 6th free. just installed a set last week in a cabover for a customer.
     
  8. rebeloutlaw66

    rebeloutlaw66 Light Load Member

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    I'm glad this post came up because I'm about to replace an injector in my m11 and I am wondering after I remove the shaft will the injector be easy to remove or do I need a special tool to get it out of the hole? Any help would be much appreciated because I sure don't want to break something else!
     
  9. blanco

    blanco Road Train Member

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    Rebel, a manual for your m11 is a very valuable tool. It will give specs and show how to do it. You have to set the torque values throughout as you install. At least on my n14.



    Ps. We were getting reman rx injectors for around $250 from volvo. No core as i had purchased a few from craigslist. Guys at our yard change injectors one a year. In 6 years he has a new set. Says it cushions the blow a little.

    An overhead should be included at that price.
     
  10. MNdriver

    MNdriver Road Train Member

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    Was just looking at a truck with an N14 in it. Local cummins shop quoted me $530 a piece for injectors.
     
  11. ohio_redneck75

    ohio_redneck75 Light Load Member

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    i had 2400 in injectors for my old n14 they where not oem but aftermarket brand
     
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