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Old 06-25-2012, 07:19 AM
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2004 F550 6.0 diesel 220k miles intermittent no start, highway buck/jerk/black smoke

so far Ive replaced; injectors 1,3,4,7, HPOP and solenoid, fuel pump and new regulator kit, HPO sensor, EP sensor, EGR cooler and oil cooler

buck/jerk/black smoke on highway goes away when BARO sensor is unplugged. replaced. no change.

intermittent no start( hot, cold, warm-- no bias). starts when exhaust pressure sensor is unplugged or with a shot of ether. installed relay to "unplug" EP sensor only when cranking--this worked great for 2 days and now i have same intermittent no start and overboost(35 psi on hiway) this blew a charge air hose. highway Buck/jerk/black smoke goes away completely when brand new BARO sensor is unplugged. im about to change my VGT actuator. anybody have any idea whats next when this doesn't work?

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What are the codes? Has it been scanned?
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Old 06-25-2012, 07:55 AM
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only codes were open EGR valve (probably caused by me unplugging it) and havnt had codes ran since overboost issue.
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My bet is FICM. Can you have the voltage checked?
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in all your doings did you clean out the tube when you replaced the ebp sensor.
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My bet is FICM. Can you have the voltage checked?
I second that! I was going through the same thing and it turned out to be my FICM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Old 06-26-2012, 03:53 PM
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Looks like the VGT actuator was the culprit. No more intermittent no starts, no over boost. Will post what happens when I find baro sensor and plug it back in-- think it may run more efficiently wit it. Thanks
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Old 06-27-2012, 10:33 AM
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The truck definitely has more power with Baro sensor plugged in and still no buck jerk or black smoke. However, intermittent no start has returned (with or without baro sensor). I suspected voltage drop
To ficm during cranking-- so I cleaned terminals and checked--10.2 volts when cranking. Ebp tube is clean. Just a tiny shot of ether is all it takes to get it going. Any other ideas?
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