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Old 06-09-2012, 01:13 PM
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hey guys 2003 f-450 6.0. motor went bad they replace with used motor it was running when pulled heard it myself. now in new truck and no start. cold start not an issue in south carolina. i have no sync on ficm when cranking. they replaced cam shaft and crankshaft sensors from old motor. i had a memory stored code for p2614 cmp signal output circuit/open dont know if thats from old motor or not also p0113 IAT circuit high input. they changed the cmp from old engine cause they broke new one. anyway here are my numbers.
FICM_L - 12.5
FICM_M - 47.5 TO 48
FICM_V - 12.5
ICP_V - .21
ICP - 1650 WHILE CRANKING
IPR DUTY CYCLE - 15% 50% WHEN CRANKING
FICM_SYNC - NO AND NO WHEN CRANKING
V-PWR - 12 11.5 WHEN CRANKING
RPM - JUMPS 160 TO 175

thinking of testing cmp and ckp but dont know values. maybe replacing cmp and ckp engine harness or ficm or pcm dont know what first again i dont know the whole story on truck but i do know that the engine was running before installed the guide says that is no sync when cranking is the circuit between ficm and pcm just need some more guidance thanks in advanced guys
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Old 06-09-2012, 01:47 PM
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one more thing i forgot to mention doesnt know if its acutally a problem but i dont have a code but on my scan tool it showed that it couldnt read ebp do to sensor fault dont know if that causes no start or not
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Did you make sure all the ground wires are hooked up? I know there are several.

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Old 06-10-2012, 11:04 AM
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yes all grounds are hooked up im thinking that the continuous code of p2614 was a stored code from the other engine and that when they broke cam sensor and changed from old engine that maybe it is bad i dont know what these guys have done my numbers are good and the irp duty cycle is good so it has to be between cam sensor and pcm or pcm and ficm another thing i hate about snap on solus ultra i cant find a sync pid for cmp and ckp but i am getting rpm and irp duty cycle increase with cranking so im pretty sure the ckp is good thanks for you input i appreciate it
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Old 06-10-2012, 05:51 PM
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without a sync you will get no start check to see a pin isn`t bent over under the ficm or the connector is snaped in properly c1388c pins 5 fuel delervery, 9 pcm com, 30,31,32 can buss
hope this helps
the pins at the pcm are for a 2005
30 dk blu ckp sensor
31 red cmp sensor
41 grey ckp sensor
43 org cmp sensor
no idea on the values but there both coils that have a voltage induced on them id expect low ohms around 1-10 between them no shorts to ground on either
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thanks man appreciate it
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i know this is old thread but did ou find it? you don't have ficm sync while cranking and has cmp code under cmdtc? the last one i saw that did that had a misalligned tone wheel on the crankshaft
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