Question Blue spring upgrade issue

Discussion in '6.0L PowerStroke Engine & Drivetrain' started by stepheneadams, Jul 3, 2017.

  1. stepheneadams

    stepheneadams SDD Junior Member

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    New to me 2006 F250 so I am starting on the updates. Today was the blue spring but it was not without a couple issues.
    1) I managed to lose the o ring for the fuel line. Lost forever under the hood somewhere. I put the old one back in but would like to track down a replacement. Ideas?
    2) Then I dropped the T-25 socket under the hood between the drivers battery and radiator. Yep, fumble fingers today. Lost under the hood too.


    Stephen. Diesel newbie
    2006 F250 CC SRW SB
    Purchased April 2017 with 41,000 miles
    Updates: coolant filter, side mount truck boxes, backup camera, blue spring, dynamat in doors, rear cab wall, and under hood.
    2004 Jayco 29 BHS
     
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    i-Henry SDD Junior Member

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    Did you test your pressure before and after the update? I purchased the blue spring upgrade, but I'm waiting until I have a tester. I'm curious what my pressure is now and what it changes to.
     
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    stepheneadams SDD Junior Member

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    Nope, did not have the tool to test. Just took a preemptive strike on the long list of updates.


    Stephen. Diesel newbie
    2006 F250 CC SRW SB
    Purchased April 2017 with 41,000 miles
    Updates: coolant filter, side mount truck boxes, backup camera, blue spring, dynamat in doors, rear cab wall, and under hood.
    2004 Jayco 29 BHS
     
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    Just did the blue spring on my 06 F250 today. Fuel pressure was 44psi at idle before and 67psi after, also changed both fuel filters, CAI installed, and tuner. All very much worth the money and time spent.


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