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Old 06-13-2012, 10:24 PM
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died drivn down road.. towed home

pulled codes when i got home
0046
0261
0264
0267
0270
0273
0276
0279
0282
0341
0401
0611
0675
2290
2291
2614
2617


cleared codes ran koeo self test came back with
0264
0267
0273
0279
0282

ficm volts at 47-48
??? confused sounds like a ficm but ficm volts good?

04 f550 6.0

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Old 06-14-2012, 05:24 AM
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While it is a good thing to know that you have the required 48vt that voltage has to be able to get to the injectors to do anygood. Wieing issues are one of the 6.0's more common problems. Loose plugs/connections, wire chafes, broken wires and corrosion of wires and terminals.

A quick field test is with the engine running wiggle and pull on the wire harness comeing from the ficm if the motor changes up or dies, then check the harness and connections.
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Old 06-14-2012, 11:52 AM
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While it is a good thing to know that you have the required 48vt that voltage has to be able to get to the injectors to do anygood. Wieing issues are one of the 6.0's more common problems. Loose plugs/connections, wire chafes, broken wires and corrosion of wires and terminals.

A quick field test is with the engine running wiggle and pull on the wire harness comeing from the ficm if the motor changes up or dies, then check the harness and connections.
engine not running to do wiggle test

tested pin 4 on outside of ficm founr 19v at warm up 47-48v after and 36 at cranking
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FICM is dead It must be 48V ALL of the time.

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Old 06-14-2012, 10:18 PM
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engine not running to do wiggle test

tested pin 4 on outside of ficm founr 19v at warm up 47-48v after and 36 at cranking
yes ficm voltage is checked at cranking. general rule of thumb if it goes under 45 it is no good! but theoretically it should stay at 48 the entire time. but dying down the road isn't a super common ficm problem. ficm is usually only issues with cold start.
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Solved. Hpop
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yes that sounds like a died down the road problem
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