Here is a 2014+ GM 1500 HOW TO: Remove Fuel Injectors
If you haven't already look at the HOW TO: Remove the Air box and the Intake Manifold topics
Disconnect Battery terminal remove air box assembly remove intake manifold release any built up pressure by unscrewing the fuel filler cap. Remove the foam insulator pad Disconnect the Fuel injector connectors Remove mounting bolts on fuel rail. Remove fuel rail with injectors Using snap ring pliers remove the ring around the injector remove injector replace with unnecessarily high flowing injectors
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By Ray Ramirez
2016 Silverado LTZ 5.3L
I had 8 injectors replaced at Chevrolet 5/13/19. Code read p050d (NoWarranty)
Check engine light had come on before but it would go away. I just now took it in for injectors.
Every time I’m in heavy traffic I get home and it ticks almost like a Diesel.
Im saying diesel because I had a gas 2005 F150 that sounded like a diesel.
There is No check engine Light on now.
I know something is wrong.
What could be the problem?
What is it that can cause the motor to work extra hard and feel strained.
I still feel a rough idle when I let go of the gas.
I buught a 2011 silverado 1500 5.3 with 130000 mi May . The oil became deluded with gas - I changed all 8 injectors with new Delco injectors. I'm still getting gas in the oil. It runs good - fuel milage is about 14 mpg. Can there be a problem with the computer keeping the injectors open after the ignition is off? Would a diagnostic check at a GM dealer show a problem with injectors?
PS the check engine light has not came on
Thanks for any help
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