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post #1 of 12 Old 11-30-2009, 07:32 PM Thread Starter
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03 6.0 No Start

Ok truck just got towed in tonight and has a icp low pressure code and ckp sensor code.It starts if it gets a little sniff of starter fluid!!!Any ideas on what i should start with in the morning? Im thinking high pressure oil leak and i know that someone else installed and injector on #2 a few weeks ago....
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Exact codes are p2291 icp low(cranking)...p2617 ckp signal output circuit/open....While cranking my icp psi is 1305 and icp voltage is .23 and another pressure reading says 33psi so im not to sure...
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Sounds like the crank sensor or the cam sensor. The ckp is one of those, I just don't remember which.
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Thats what i was thinking but how come once it fires on starter fluid it runs great
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i thought starter fluid = death.....hmm?

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You thought correct this was how the customer has been starting it a few time a day for weeks... I had a heart attack when i heard this tooooo
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NEVER EVER use starter fluid in a Diesel! That is how you blow holes in pistons, bend rods, crack heads and blow a head gasket, all in a matter of seconds. If the glow plug does not come on when you turn the key, then the prob is most likely a fuse the controles the computer (common prob), if the tach does not work when key is on and cranking then I believe it might be the CAM sensor. Hope this helps.
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The reason it will run after you use the starting fluid is becuase Diesel engines use pressure and heat to ignite the fuel, the compression is so high that it will ignite (prematurely) the starter fluid which generates the initial heat needed to continue running. Key is on so the fuel pump will run, providing the fuel to continue to run. The preob is, when the comp fuse goes out, it won't start at all, however when the cam sensore goes bad, it will not allow the glow plugs to heat up for starting, but all else will work. That is why I think it may be your CAM sensor.
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ICP sensor code is 2285.


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The icp and harness were done at ford not that long ago and also the tach does move while cranking. No blown fuses either
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