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Old 08-06-2012, 01:34 PM
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03 6.0 No start after install of alot of parts

Hey y'all I need some help. I have a 2003 f-350 4x4 6.0 I just installed all 8 new Injectors and glowplugs. New Hpop / Ipr / valve cover gaskets / batteries / starter. I figured this would solve my no start problem. It didn't. Not yet anyway I have cranked the motor quite a bit several times and still nothing. FICM stays at 48 to 48.1 with key on and cranking..
I can get the truck to fire with start fluid but will not stay running. Any ideas...

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Old 08-06-2012, 01:43 PM
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Also egr delete
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You need it scanned on live data and see what the pcm is seeing. HP oil pressure, fuel pressure, FICM voltages, sync etc while trying to start.
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Don't use starter fluid on these engines there is a reason it's not starting. Starter fluid won't make these engines run once it fires it will only tear chit up.
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Ok thanks guys. Called the mechanic just now.
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Old 08-17-2012, 04:58 AM
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Ran live data

Shows no ipr pressure? Any idea
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How did you find out no pressure? Have you done a air check to check for leaks?
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Have you checked to see if there is low pressure oil? Is oil making it to the oil filter? You can check by removing the oil filter, pushing down gently on the drain valve then crank the engine. You should see oil begin to fill the housing. If it is not filling you have a low pressure issue. If it is filling, then something in the high pressure area.
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Old 08-17-2012, 05:37 PM
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Had a mechanic run live data and it shows low or no ipr. I have checked the low pressure oil is good. He said he is going to airtest it to find the leak.
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once you have detemined it is a hp oil leak the air test are the most reliable method of finding the leak. Be shure and command the IPR valve closed eithe with the scan tool or by supplying 12v to the IPR solenoid. Otherwise you just blow all your oil back into the base/oilpan.
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