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    Don't worry I have plenty of things left to fix before I get to those little odds and ends. Still need to do a major brake adjustment on all wheels, front axle boots and seals, possibly rear axle seals, who knows what else
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    Started adding coolant today while waiting for the tranny to drain, got back under to check the progress and saw coolant dripping. Been a while since my heart sank like that. Thankfully, upon closer inspection it was leaking out of the rear of the intake manifold where I forgot to tighten one of the countless nuts that hold it on. Always double check the intake nuts if you take it off. Just waiting on the injectors now, hoping for a call tomorrow, we'll see
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    I know that awful feeling....and the relief when you find out that it is a quick fix!
    Good that you found that now. If you had run the engine, you would also have burnt you hand on the exhaust manifold for good meaure while tightening the nut, just so Murphy can have a better laugh.
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    The shop called yesterday, nozzles I ordered were the wrong ones for my injector bodies. So now I have a bunch of two hole nozzles laying around that I don't need. I can get the NSN and PN off the boxes if anyone is interested, I'll sell them cheap. She gave me the PN I need to find so now it'll be probably another week before I get the right ones and get them back
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    Quote Originally Posted by Oerthedge21 View Post
    The shop called yesterday, nozzles I ordered were the wrong ones for my injector bodies. So now I have a bunch of two hole nozzles laying around that I don't need. I can get the NSN and PN off the boxes if anyone is interested, I'll sell them cheap. She gave me the PN I need to find so now it'll be probably another week before I get the right ones and get them back
    Not sure what those 1-hole nozzles are going to cost you, but you could buy the whole injector here, NOS.

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    I'm replacing the old 1 hole nozzles with the upgraded 2 hole versions. I figure if I'm gonna spend the money on new nozzles ill just get the better set as opposed to the less efficient 1 hole set. Plus I've read that the 2 hole nozzles are supposed to clean up the exhaust a bit, which is great because my LDS smokes like a train and it's somewhat annoying, plus less smoke means a cleaner burn which means a more efficient engine, so it's a win win no matter what.
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    I am not sure about the "not the right nozzle for the injector" business. I thought the nozzles were interchangeable, regardless of the injector (shim or no shim style). Not sure what the problem is?
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    I thought so too, but she said that the nozzle will not line up with the pins in the injector body and the needle inside the nozzle is totally different and will not seat right. I did, upon closer inspection, notice the top of the nozzle is flat as opposed to having a ring/groove cut into it like the nozzles that came out.
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    And I have a mix of shim and screw style bodies apparently, and these nozzles won't fit any of them so my guess is maybe they're not what I am told, or did the lds-427 or 465-2 use a different injector maybe, and these just so happen to be for one of those?
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    So now I have a bunch of two hole nozzles laying around that I don't need. I can get the NSN and PN off the boxes if anyone is interested
    Yes, please post the numbers. AFAIK, there is only one existing model nozzle with the 2-holes (P/N 7748882).
    From what you said, that the two-holes don't work in your holders, I assumed you had to go back to the one-hole nozzles.

    Leaves me wondering what exactly is wrong with those you already got?

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