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Old 12-17-2010, 01:01 PM
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2006 6.0 injector codes all 8 cyl ????

well my new 6.0 is doing what it dose best...

long story so her i go... parked my truck last Friday and was gone till Monday. got back and it would not start batteries kept going dead so i bought 2 new batteries. still wouldn't start so i when and got the block heater cord from ford plugged it in for 4 hours and it still would not start... so i put a big heater under the truck on the oil pan for a half hour and bam started right up like nothing was wrong. well i start driving it around and its sputtering but i did always have a little injector stiction so i thought nothing of it.. well i got a check engine light yesterday and cyl 1,7 voltage low.. so im like great i need 2 injectors now.. well its the next day now (today) and its running terrible and check engine light pops up again and now all 8 cyl voltage low / missfire...

what do you think... im thinking ficm. or did all 8 injectors go bad over the weekend?

can some one post up the thread on how to test the ficm.

any thoughts would be great

-jim-
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Old 12-17-2010, 01:07 PM
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Test your FICM voltage
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thats what im going to do here in a lil bit... trying to find the thread that shows how to do it
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Old 12-17-2010, 01:18 PM
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Its in the 6.0 tech files forum
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Sounds like a FICM issue to me..
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got how to test it im going to go and test let ya know in a few hours.
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nope clear codes start over
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tested it.. 48.7 key on ... crancking 27 volts and running 27 volts... so im guessing its shot... how come the ficm started to act up "over night" ???
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cranking *
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and o man was that thing fun to get out in 10* weather lol
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