Originally Posted by daveb
The shop pulled em and SAID (at 90K) they looked OK during the bullet proofing. But with the 6.0 it seems wise to stay ahead of the game.
What else do I need to spend money on... Keeps me busy in a bad kind away.
I don't know that I'd recommend replacing injectors preventatively. They actually don't all fail on their own. Many (or most) are damaged by a FICM or high pressure oil problem. I just seems rare for high-mile 6.0 to make it on all stock injectors, so I definitely recommend having a rainy day fund set aside. And, maybe more important is keep up on your gauge monitoring (fuel pressure, FICM voltage, temps etc) so if something goes wrong, it won't wipe out your injectors before you realize there's a problem. NOTE: I don't really consider 100,000 miles "high-milage". Diesels should
be able to make 300,000 easy.... Just takes a little more TLC for this one.