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  1. Mullaney

    My (new) M1008...

    . Sad but possible. Would think that the IP would be full of that same "growth" too. Thinking logically, you would think that ALL the injectors shouldn't be plugged. Guess you have already tried cracking one of the injector lines to see if the IP is pumping out the other side?
  2. Mullaney

    My (new) M1008...

    Another idea might be to use one of these air nozzles with the venturi effect on it. Clear line sucks up whatever cleaner and then, UNDER PRESSURE blows away the crud. Works really well so long as you remember to NOT BLOW YOURSELF UP. You will be vaporizing the fluid making it easier to ignite!
  3. Mullaney

    My (new) M1008...

    . Wow! That is a pretty severe case of "the creeping crud" for sure! And it is soft enough that you can fulsh it away with Brake Parts Cleaner? If so, it sure is better than a few I have seen (gummy and hard to remove). Looks like you have a heck of a project on your hands!
  4. Mullaney

    My (new) M1008...

    . It is almost tempting to grab a set of cutters and start hacking out all that weird wiring. I know it would suck, but at least then you wouldn't be battling problems that you didn't create. On one of my trucks, I have removed almost a half of a 5 gallon bucket full of "wires to nowhere" ...
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