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Old 11-07-2009, 01:53 PM
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Major 6.0 Oil Loss

I was driving down the road and the truck shut off on me. 2004 F250. I found that the Oil filter o ring failed and i lost all oil. I am using Wix filters. I towed the truck to my shop i ran the scanner and found one code P2209 Low injector circuit pressure. I filled the truck with oil and the truck will not build oil pressure or start. Is there a test port to test the oil pressure with a test gauge. Any other ideas???


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Old 11-07-2009, 01:58 PM
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This doesn't sound too good man. Were you able to see the temp gauge before it shut off? Will it even crank? Hopefully your engine isn't shot
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Old 11-07-2009, 03:10 PM
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The engine still cranks fine, the freeze frame data shows 185 deg.
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Old 11-07-2009, 05:52 PM
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You may true removeing the oil filter and pour some oil in it,this may help reprime the pump and put some oil in the rails. Not exactly and approved procedure but I have used it before and it seemed to cut down on the start time.
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If you ran it out of oil, it's going to take a LONG time to fire off again. The air trapped in the high pressure oil lines feeding the injectors will make it extremely difficult to start, don't let the starter overheat, and keep charging the batteries. When it does start it may run extremely rough for quite a while also.


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If you ran it out of oil, it's going to take a LONG time to fire off again. The air trapped in the high pressure oil lines feeding the injectors will make it extremely difficult to start, don't let the starter overheat, and keep charging the batteries. When it does start it may run extremely rough for quite a while also.


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I agree and use Motorcraft filters!!
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Old 11-07-2009, 08:08 PM
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I will change to Motorcraft filters. I pulled the filter off and pressed down on the stem and had some one turn the motor over and i filled with oil quickly.

I will try cranking the motor until it starts. Is there any way to bleed the HP oil system??

Thanks for everyone's help.
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Not that "I" know of, we have high pressure oil manifolds inside the valve cover's . At a minimum you would have to pull the valve covers, pull the plug on one of the manifolds, and find a way to allow air out, but not in. You might could use your thumb, but given the EXTREMELY high pressure present inside the manifold, I would consider this very dangerous. The pressure " if " the truck is running, is high enough to blow the oil right through your skin, and push into your bloodstream.
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Old 11-08-2009, 12:45 PM
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Help new Code!!

Well i got the truck started finally. It took a short time cranking but it started. I took it for a quick test drive, and it drove fine and the performance was good. I then broght it back to the shop and it restarted fine a couple of times. But now it is cranking several second and then starting. It now has a code P2284 ICP performance.

Does any one know what this could be???? Is it the HPOP, if so is there a way to test it??


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-P2284; ICP sensor CKT range/performance (see ICP info)

ICP pressure and IPR information
The IPR valve is normally open; it takes a 12 volt pulse width modulated ground signal to actuate the IPR.
-Monitor the ICP while cranking, if it is .4v to .5v (200 psi) it is a possible stuck IPR. The system will build 200 psi even if the IPR is open. Make sure that oil pressure registers on the dash gauge while cranking, if not you may not enough low oil pressure.
-If the ICP is .6v to .7v (400 psi) then it is very likely that you have a high pressure leak
-Compare actual to desired ICP on the scan tool, if actual is below desired.
-If ICP is low remove IPR and check for metal on the screen. If you have metal on the IPR screen then the high pressure pump and IPR will need to be replaced. You will also need to check the screen under the oil cooler, toward the front of the engine valley and clean or replace as necessary. The oil rails and check valves will need to be flushed to remove any debris. Of course the debris may have gotten into the injectors as well and could cause problems with a miss or rough run.
-The ICP pressure should be stable and not erratic. If it is erratic then you could have a high pressure side leak or a sticky IPR valve (requires replacement), or debris in the check valves which will require replacement as well.
-The ICP sensor can leak oil, if this happens replace both the sensor and the ICP pigtail connector
-ICP sensor should read .16 - .28 volts (less than 70 psi) KOEO at normal operating temperature after the engine has been off for at least 2 minutes.
-2004 and up should be updated to the latest oil standpipe design.



This was all "stolen" from here....Oregon Fuel Injection, diesel fuel injection pump, turbo, injector and diesel performance product specialist...I'm not this smart, just determined..


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