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I like to have a pic of the whole injector and can someone tell he how to remove them. I got a truck that the Dealer can't get one of the out? They told me it was stuck.


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p.s. it's had 3 set in it also they should no how by now..

LLY is the motor I have..
it's in a 2004 .5 chevy 3500
 

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which engine?
 

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Hey Smoking

here a pic of an LLY engine (is the lest Injector (LLY):
http://www.dieselplace.com/forum/attachment.php?attachmentid=31514&d=1167787853

Untie all high pressure lines, remove leakage connector (take the clip away and pull connector out), untie the Metric 8mm screw under the injector and pull the injector out. Some Injectors are easy to remove and some are harder. Good luck!!!!

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Not to hijack but i'm in the same boat. the female end of the electrical connector, does that need to come off?
Right now I have the lines disconnected and all just don't really know how to pull the injector to replace the washer and o-ring.
From reading the post by MDE I think I'm going about it all wrong..:eek::
 

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MDE;1559305; said:
Hey Smoking

here a pic of an LLY engine (is the lest Injector (LLY):
http://www.dieselplace.com/forum/attachment.php?attachmentid=31514&d=1167787853

Untie all high pressure lines, remove leakage connector (take the clip away and pull connector out), untie the Metric 8mm screw under the injector and pull the injector out. Some Injectors are easy to remove and some are harder. Good luck!!!!

Volker
Be careful with that clip!!;) They tend to get away from you.

I've pulled several sets with no issues. Usually you can put a large screwdriver under the clamp, after removing the bolt, and pop the injector up.
 

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RickDLance;1559366; said:
Be careful with that clip!!;) They tend to get away from you.

I've pulled several sets with no issues. Usually you can put a large screwdriver under the clamp, after removing the bolt, and pop the injector up.
I'll try that again and be a lil harder on it, I didn't try to hard the first thousand times. I can handle cuttin up my hand but not my injector or worse.:eek::
 

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RickDLance;1559366; said:
Be careful with that clip!!;) They tend to get away from you.

I've pulled several sets with no issues. Usually you can put a large screwdriver under the clamp, after removing the bolt, and pop the injector up.
Thats right, use nose pliers to remove the clip ==> don't loose it
 

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There's also an injector pulling tool. The drawing is of it being used on an LB7, but it works on the LLY also.

Install the J 44639 to the fuel injector brackets.
Pull back on the J 44639 in one steady motion, until the fuel injector breaks free from its seat.
Remove the J 44639 .
 

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