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Old 02-22-2010, 03:07 PM
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03 Ford Excursion Dies while cruising and now no start

Hey Guys,

To make the long story short, I have 03 Excursion, 6.0, with 160,000 miles, and couple weeks ago I had all 8 injectors replaced at ford, along with mechanical fuel pump and cam position sensor, all to the tune of $3600! Anyways, today, i was cruising down the highway, and when i wanted to speed up, nothing happened, actually i was pressing gas pedal down, and truck was just slowing down, like i just took off my foot from the gas pedal. I came to the complete stop, and truck just shut down on me. I tried to start it back, it just cranks but no start. No check engine light either. I had it towed back to the dealer that did all the previous repairs.

What do you guys think it could be? I just want to make sure its not something that they messed up while replacing my injectors and fuel pump, or forgot to connect something?

I just want to be ready for their phone call tomorrow and their lovely story if ya know what i mean

Any help is greatly appreciated!!!!!!!
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Old 02-22-2010, 03:12 PM
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No answers here, but I just had something similar happen. I'm interested to see what the resolution is.
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sounds like possibly and high pressure oil pump or ipr dumped out on you. 03's love to eat hpop. let us know what they find
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if its IPR, or HPOP, is that expensive to replace? I just puked out $3600 bux 2 weeks ago
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I just had ICP, IPR, HPOP, and tubes to the valve cover cost me $3100 good luck you will need it. ICP was 300 that was the cheapest part
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Sounds like an HPOP issue. Funny thing is i have an 03 with 285k on it and its never been replaced lucky me?
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Old 02-22-2010, 04:24 PM
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Lucky you!

You guys dont think that they could have done something incorrectly while they were replacing my injectors? Damage some tubes or what not?
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Old 02-25-2010, 07:16 PM
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Problem was HPOP .... $1900 bux, and hopefully my truck should be done tomorrow!

You guys think this HPOP should hold up longer than original one?
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Bummer dude but at least you are running
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