Injector Replacement: Correcting Duramax Turbo Fuel Delivery Issues

Diesel truck engines have occasional mechanical issues due to poor maintenance or faulty components. One major failure with diesel engines occurs in the fuel delivery system. One of the culprits can be fuel injectors.

We came across common fuel injector issues with a 2001 Chevy Silverado Duramax 6.6L (LB7, 2001-2004) turbo. The engine was overheating, had a rough idle and suffered from poor acceleration. The vehicle was taken to a shop for diagnosis. A fuel injector problem was quickly detected after an On Board Diagnostic (OBD) II diesel scanner was connected to the OBD II port under the dash.

Read more at Diesel World Magazine…