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We were losing prime with cranking taking up to 10 seconds. Injectors and cups are a common cause along with a couple other culprits. Make sure the shop has evidence it’s the injectors, such as bubbles in fuel tank or diesel fuel in oil.

We were “lucky” to have a leaking seal in our manual prime pump. Put some grease on the pump shaft a year or so ago to help diagnose it. It stopped the prime leak down and I haven’t done anything else since.


Jim & Wilma

2006 Travel Supreme 36RLQSO

2009 Volvo VNL730, D13, I-shift, ET, Herrin Hauler bed, "Ruby"

2017 Smart

Class of 2017

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On 12/19/2022 at 5:38 AM, dan412 said:

Has anyone had the injectors replaced in there D13 Volvo and if so can you tell me what it costs. My 2011 D13 is in the shop for long crank time to start they said that the injectors need to be replaced.

Not sure about the Volvo engine, but, my Cummins ISX injectors are 300-400 apiece.

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