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Old 12-26-2009, 10:44 AM
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6.0 MISSES AND LOSES POWER HELP!

I HAVE AN 06 F250. IT WAS MISSING AND LOST POWER TOTALLY. HAD IT TOWED TO FORD GARAGE AND THEY SAID IT NEEDED THE OIL COOLER/EGR COOLER REPLACEMENT. BIG BUCKS!! I DID A NEW OIL COOLER AND A SINISTER EGR DELETE KIT. STILL DOES THE SAME THING. ANY IDEAS?
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Old 12-26-2009, 10:46 AM
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was it leaking any out the exhaust or is it just running bad it might be your ficm mine went out with the same symptoms
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Old 12-26-2009, 11:00 AM
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I WASN'T LOSING WATER OR OIL, NO OIL IN THE COOLANT OR WATER IN THE OIL. IN FACT, BOTH COOLERS LOOKED TO BE IN GOOD ORDER. IT RUNS FINE WHEN COLD, BUT WHEN IT WARMS UP IT STARTS MISSING AND GRADUALLY GETS WORSE TILL IT STOPS COMPLETELY. LET IT COOL DOWN AND IT WILL RUN AGAIN, POORLY.
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I WASN'T LOSING WATER OR OIL, NO OIL IN THE COOLANT OR WATER IN THE OIL. IN FACT, BOTH COOLERS LOOKED TO BE IN GOOD ORDER. IT RUNS FINE WHEN COLD, BUT WHEN IT WARMS UP IT STARTS MISSING AND GRADUALLY GETS WORSE TILL IT STOPS COMPLETELY. LET IT COOL DOWN AND IT WILL RUN AGAIN, POORLY.
Hit caps lock one more time, pal.

My money would be on the FICM, get the voltage tested, minimum 12.5V in and 45 out.

HOPE THIS HELPS
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Old 12-29-2009, 12:22 PM
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sounds a little like my fault,,

where is FICM located, any pic of it also ?
more info please..
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Old 12-29-2009, 02:37 PM
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sounds a little like my fault,,

where is FICM located, any pic of it also ?
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It's located on the driver's side valve cover, silver electronic module about 6"X11" you can't miss it.
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