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Any one know 4by4 Mitsubishi triton no codes cranks need help urgent

the tachometer ( rev counter) get its impulses from the ignition system or in the case of a diesel from the crankshaft position sensor
if it runs with introduced fuel ( dangerous for a diesel) but then dies, that indicates insufficient fuel pressure to the injectors
could be a diesel pressure pump ( test to 25,000 psi) not producing sufficient pressure to work injectors
problem fuel supply to pump, tank venting, filters , air in system etc

Oct 05, 2016 | Mitsubishi Cars & Trucks

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Do you have the Triton V8? If so, the cam phase gear/sensor could be a problem. Have your truck scanned for codes first. just a question-did you replace the fuel filter?

Aug 16, 2014 | 2006 Ford F-150

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I am considering disconnecting two fuel injectors from my 2002 Ford f 350 with a Triton v10 for better fuel economy. Which two would be best to disable?

You disconnect injectors and you have 2 pistons running dry and the rings will burn. Engine wont run smooth and you won't like it. Find yourself a smaller car if you want fuel economy.

Jan 16, 2013 | Cars & Trucks

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4.6 triton cylinder 3 and cylinder5 misfire

I would bet my bottom dollar you have an intake manifold gasket is leaking. My 5.4 ford manifold had to be replaced due to being cracked because they are plastic, common problem..

May 02, 2017 | Cars & Trucks

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1996 Triton GL serious motor surge 3000rpm

Could be the injection pump any black smoke or gray smoke? could also be an injector ?

Jul 27, 2009 | Mitsubishi Pickup Cars & Trucks

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Need DIY instructions for cleaning the fuel injectors on a Ford F150 FX4 Triton V8

Very detailed and car specific. There are at least three ways to do it. One is to take the injectors out of the truck and use a fuel injector solvent to clean them. Another way is to use a fuel additive to clean your injectors pour in your tank and off you go (do it at every oil change) Another way is to hook your car up to a fuel injection cleaning machine. It essentially by passes your gas tank and connects directly to your injectors to clean them with your engine running.

Jul 09, 2009 | 2004 Ford F150

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Serious miss, almost like dropped cylinder, No

I don't know what year your ford is but most of them have the injectors mounted externally. There not bad at all to do. Vehicle off, release fuel-line pressure, remove the bolts holding down fuel rail, pull the injector/s out of the head, lap injector o-ring with motor oil, install new injector/s into head. lap top o-ring with motor oil, install fuel rail, start vehicle, and check for leaks. If you are only replacing a few injectors do buy new injector o-rings for the other injectors. You will not be able to push the fuel-rail back onto the injectors without replacing them (they will be swolen).

May 15, 2009 | Ford Explorer Cars & Trucks

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Ticking of 5.4 l triton motor on a truck iam about to buy

pritty much. The lifters are making the sound. Chevy motors do it as well. I do not like it but both manufacturers say it is ok. I do not hink they should have metal on metal like that. The only 2 things that the triton was known for is the head gaskets leaking from the head on the rear passenger side of the motor down on the starter and coolant leaking from the heater core hose down on the passenger rear coil and spark plug. Good motors they seem to run for ever.

Mar 01, 2009 | 2000 Ford F250 Super Duty Crew Cabs

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How do i change the spark plugs in a triton v-10?

All the spark plugs are located beneath each coil pack. The coils are located on the top of the engine next to each fuel injector, above each cylinder, through the intake manifold. you need to open the "dog house" engine cover in the cab. You will have to remove the intake hosing back to the throttle body from under the hood. then you'll have to access each individual coil pack by removing the four nuts(13mm hex) that hold the coil/ injector harnesses (and any wiring that might impede access), both from outside and inside the vehicle. The coils are each held down with a single bolt (7mm hex). once you unplug each coil from the wiring harness and remove the bolt, you'll be able to remove each coil to access the plugs. There is a special "Triton" spark plug socket sold by Snap-on Tools, but you can remove each with a regular 5/8" plug socket and 6" extension (and a little determination). When you replace the plugs, I would recommend replacing the plug boots as well,and using dielectric silicone grease inside where contacts are made to the coil and plug . Check for corrosion on the contact inside the coil, where the spring inside the boot attaches to the coil. Clean the contact points, or if too corroded, replace the coil( usually only in extreme situations). Replace everything in reverse order of removal. Hope this helps

Oct 24, 2008 | Ford E-350 Super Duty Cars & Trucks

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I have a 2000 Triton 2.8 diesel mk 4wd regularly serviced that blows black smoke constantly under power & uses excessive fuel

does your regular service includes the injection pump being brought down for cleaning and maintenance?

it is an injection pump problem. inside the injection pump are valves and strainers that are not accessible for regular users. they could only be cleaned or replaced by these people who work with injection pumps and they would calibrate the injectors also so that it would not be blowing black gas and uses excessive fuel.

tnx 4 using fixya,


Sep 13, 2008 | Mitsubishi Pickup Cars & Trucks

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