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Old 07-11-2012, 06:47 PM
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'05 f350 6.0 died while towing. need help

I have a 2005 F-350 6.0. It has an EGR delete done to it, 4" exhaust, fuel sping upgrade and programmed by SCT, Edge Insight Monitor I recently had an oil cooler put in it a week ago because my oil temps were ridiculous, I always switched it over to CAT ELC coolant to eliminate the particulates in the coolant. Today I pulled a 10,000 pound skid loader and trailer about 50 miles from home, My ECT was running between 192* and 200*, My EOT was running anywhere from 200* to 207 which is way better then it was doing loaded, it drove there fine but was blowing coolant out the Degas cap. What causes that? Then on the way home I made it about ten miles out and it just straight up died. The DTC's I have are P0284- Cylinder #8 contribution/balance, P2285 ICP sensor circuit low, and P2291 ICP too low engine cranking, and P012F..it does not even try to pop off at all. What could my problem be?? I wasnt beating on it at the time it happened just cruising 55 with a skid loader. Can someone help me diagnose it?
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Old 07-15-2012, 06:50 AM
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did you find out what your problem was ? I'm having the same problem,cranks but wont start ,the dashboard gauge is showing oil pressure,and I hear the fuzzing of the fuel injectors when I crank it , I tend to believe is either the harness or the stc fittingbut not having any coolant leaking out the degas cap or anything like that.

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Old 07-15-2012, 10:04 AM
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I had my mechanic hook it up to his scanner and he said that I have no oil pressure on my high pressure oil side, he seems to think that it blew the lines off my HPOP, I hope thats all it is, I really hope its not the HPOP because that thing is like $750
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Old 07-15-2012, 10:25 AM
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I think my could be something like that or the STC
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