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Old 12-21-2009, 10:40 AM
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Won't start, two codes

2617 cps open, 2291 icp low injector pressure-cranking, also 0270 inj.cir.lo 4,6,7. these codes cameup on the edge when it would not start. No indication on the tach when cranking over either. I shot it with silicone spray and it starts nd runs fine. it did this once saturday and again today. sure would appreciate some help.
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Old 12-21-2009, 12:30 PM
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2617 cps open, 2291 icp low injector pressure-cranking, also 0270 inj.cir.lo 4,6,7. these codes cameup on the edge when it would not start. No indication on the tach when cranking over either. I shot it with silicone spray and it starts nd runs fine. it did this once saturday and again today. sure would appreciate some help.
Lower d-ring on dummy rail plug(s) torn and/or blown STC fitting.
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Old 12-21-2009, 12:53 PM
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thx m-chan, taking it local ford shop tomorrow for a diagnostic, i will be sure to tell them this.
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sounds like M-CHAN knows what HE'S talking abot.
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how did you come out?
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Have not fixed the truck yet, have a week off in Feb. to do Arp studs, egr delete, replace dummy rail plugs. the stc fitting has already been done according to the oasis report. Took it to the local dealer for a diagnostic, they said replace the oil rail dummy plugs...thx M-Chan! dead on as usual . Since then the truck lost all power, barely starts and will only idle and blow smoke, plus i had exhaust in the engine bay so thinking the egr cooler is busted hopefully not a y-pipe problem. So i purchased dummy plugs, arp studs, black onyx gaskets, three sets of injector o-rings. dealer diagnostic recommended replacing 4,6, and 7 injectors, thinking of trying the o-rings first unless someone here thinks i should replace the injectors, really dont want to do this twice.
I need help with a list of O-rings and gaskets to replace while i have the top-end apart. will re-use intake gaskets if they look good, what about the HPOP and Oil Cooler? IPR ?
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Old 01-30-2010, 08:30 AM
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also received ford shop manuals yesterday.
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Old 01-31-2010, 04:48 AM
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replace the hpop cover gasket, turbo drain gaskets (2 of them) intake gaskets(cheap enough its cheap insurance) turbo oil supply tube gasket. ford has a kit that will have all of this included. also ford has changed the design on the d-plugs and pipes in the oil rail. the check valve is no lomger in the pipe it is now part of the dummy plugs. i recommend replacing both on each side to the new updated parts. also make sure you replace the thick black o-ring from intake to front cover, it seals the cooling system and can leak if reused again.
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