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Old 06-19-2012, 06:22 AM
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05 Super Duty 6.0 NO START HELP!

So yesterday I fired up the truck like any other normal time and it started but was blowing a lot of blue smoke out and was running really rough. Skipping studdering rough. I let it sit for a few than drove off blowing more blue smoke out and having little power still studdering. I drove for a few untill it warmed up and it came out of it, no blue smoke, no skip, studder tons of power. Drove around for awile had to do errends shut it off, came back out a few later started up but the check engine light came on. No other issues drove it around fine. Fast forward today, went to start it and nothing sping over fine but no catch.

I had to go to work but im going to be checking the fuel filter maybe thats clogged. Anything else i should look for?

Fuel computer
Fuel pump
Fuel injectors

any help to where I should start looking would be great

THANKS =)
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Old 06-19-2012, 06:29 AM
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Pull the code for the check engine light.
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Also the last week or so when I first start it im getting a lot of fuel smell like bad. So im thinking my fuel computer or what ever thats called is going bad

and today theres no check engine light but i will see about getting a computer ot pull the code if htere is one
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found out on swamps website how to check FICM voltage im going to check that right after work today
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FCIM volts 48 changed fuel filters starts but barley and runs real rough im thinkin i got some stuck fuel injectors taking it to the diesel shop to put on computer see if theres any codes check fuel pressur and load test bats
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FCIM volts 48 changed fuel filters starts but barley and runs real rough im thinkin i got some stuck fuel injectors taking it to the diesel shop to put on computer see if theres any codes check fuel pressur and load test bats
You checked ficm cold, while cranking, and hot, correct?

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Can't do nothing without the codes. But since you are taking it to a shop thats just as good.
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thats what i figured we can be shooting in the dark untill get some codes... check engine light WAS on and not its not so im hoping the codes are still stored
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