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Old 03-09-2009, 05:20 PM
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Quick 7.3idi Greasecar question!

Hello All,

I have the (A) supply valve set-up and working smoothly, but because I do not have the Greasecar manual for this engine, I am lost for the setup of the return valve. Can someone with an IDI tell me what lines on the engine to splice into??

Valves have these postions: Normally Open, N. Closed and Common

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Old 03-10-2009, 07:13 AM
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Just call or email Ethan at Greasecar.com
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Wow, he had the answer. Thanks Kirk.

P.S. For all who do not know- if you are converting your 7.3 with a feed and return valve system, both injector rail return lines turn into a tee at the back of the farthest injector on the driver's side, it will take a second to see it.

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