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Old 08-24-2014, 03:06 PM   #1
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Default ID1000 should fit kinda loose?

Hey guys,

I have a question for you kind people…

Im going through my build or whatever and I went to install my injectors(ID1000's like the title states) into my TGV's last night. No problems with the installation other than a concern i have because they definitely don't fit snug what so ever and I'm wondering a couple things….

1. When others have installed these have they fit kinda loose for you as well?

2. Will the fuel rails being pushed on help snug them up to obviously prevent any leaks from occurring??


I asked a friend who works at a diesel shop what they do when they install injectors and he said to put a little engine oil on the o-ring to help it slide in and prevent the o-ring from tearing. I did that on one side but because of how loose the install was, I did the other side dry to compare and its just as loose. Any ideas?
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Old 08-24-2014, 03:17 PM   #2
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Hers how I installed these in the past.

After taking the old ones off you want to clean the holes good and blow away any dust deposits, which are usual, try with a wet towel since you don't want too much dirt inside the cylinders that can get stuck in the rings and scratch the cylinders. (Blowing compressed air and spraying some brake cleaner in the area before start the wole thing would be ideal)

Pull the oil dipstick and grab a drop of oil in your finger tip, lube the outside of the injector o-rings (upper and lower I rings).

Make sure to fit them snug in the tgv's and then align the rails as perfect as you can pushing and getting the injectors to smoothly go in.

There's a clip to hold the injectors in place to avoid rotation, they do feel a bit loose tho, no worries! If the o rings didn't get damaged and everything is right they won't leak.
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Old 08-24-2014, 03:47 PM   #3
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Ok this is kinda what i was hoping for.

Clips? I definitely don't have any clips that I'm aware of. Im guessing they're on the old ones? Or at least I hope lol. I don't even recall a grooved area on the ID's that would allow a clip to be on there?
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Old 08-24-2014, 04:24 PM   #4
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yeah i the clip just applies to the oem ones. my bad.
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