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2006 F350 6.0 cranks won't start.

Any help will be greatly appreciated. I am new here but have usually been able to read old threads and find an answer. I have read many threads on this and checked many things, and this is where I am.

EGR Delete several years ago, very recently new injectors, new head gaskets, new HPOP and water pump. Ran about a month just fine, was driving down the road, it died and won't restart.

It has diesel, the batteries load tested fine, have checked the emergency cutoff valve and replaced the ICP. IVR screen was clean and not torn, no debris, also have checked fuses and relays. Can see no problems with wires, harnesses or chaffing. Oil is good.

The Torque Pro App with BAXF OBDII readings are:


IPR 85%

HPOP/ ICP 1700 lbs
Added the Extended FICM Sync PID with the Extended Sync for the PCM and Crank and Camshaft

The FICM Sync was at 1, the PCM sync was also at 1 and the Crank and Camshaft PID showed to be 1 and the green light was on.

The FICM logic, FICM Main, FICM Vehicle show nothing, all stay at 0. Have ruled out 304 relay under the hood and the 50 amp fuse under the dash. Those were both good.

Does the lack of readings for the FICM Categories mean that it is the FICM? Are there more fuses or amps anywhere? There is no smoke when cranking.
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With those numbers, I 'd put a meter on your FICM and make sure you're getting correct voltage.

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check the harness under the FICM, they are known to break. but it looks like your FICM is toast!
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Ok, will check these things tomorrow. It's about 75 miles away so if anyone can think of anything else to check please mention it, will go check again tomorrow.
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Forgot to mention, check ICPv at KOEO. For giggles, unplug ICP sensor and try to start it.

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yup, I'd do a voltage check on the FICM. Do you know how to do that?
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I think so. Looks like a friend is going to loan me an FICM on Monday also to diagnose. Any words of wisdom or pitfalls to avoid with doing that?
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No luck unplugging the ICP.
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Don't just fire the ficm in. Check voltage first.
Did you scan it for dtc's? Were there any?
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