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Old 02-09-2021
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Originally Posted by MAXTORQ View Post
Yes starting rail pressure. Needs to be between 3800psi to 4700 psi. It can be a little higher but no lower.

This will tell you if you have several things going on such as rail pressure sensor, rail pressure relief bad FCA or electrical connection at FCA, and or misaligned transfer tubes.

Don't rule out a bad injector either. Even the best builder have a bad day.
It ended up being loose crossover tubes. I had the shop that did the install on the injectors re torque them a second time but I guess both times they put the new guy on them and he is incompetent. Took it to another shop that could cap off the lines and see if I certain injector was causing the problem and they noticed the tubes were loose. I'm livid
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