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NEED SOME HELP! PLEASE

I have an '05 6.0 that has 311,000 miles on it. It is at the Ford Dealer and they are stumped. The truck is sputtering and feels like it is running out of fuel. Fuel filters are good, they have check fuel and oil pressure and they are good. They have replaced 5 injectors and a high pressure oil line to the tune of $3500 but havent fixed the problem. New ficm put on about 20,000 miles ago, egr delete (bypass) has been done 10,000 miles ago, head gaskets, oil cooler and egr cooler done at 212,000 miles. I'm stumped and so is the dealer. ANY SUGGESTIONS?????
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post #2 of 6 Old 01-31-2011, 11:49 AM
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How about the ipr or the ipr screen.Icp and t fitting are a couple other options and ficm voltage drops.

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Just got off phone with dealer. They are think high pressure oil pump, but will pass on ur feedback. Thanks for the info!!!
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Ok guys HELP!!!!! 04 6.0 has New batterys.hpop,icp.ipr,egr delete,fuel filters,oil screen,ficm,starter,And alternator No start ! All this in the last 2 weeks most at dealer ,and i did some! So anything would be helpful !!! b4 i burn it to the ground !!!! Just need it fixed!!!

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I just had a fitting replaced on the high pressure oil line after it died on the road. Not sure where it was exactly but it cost me $900 because they had to remove turbo and **** to get to it.
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thanks ill look !
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