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Old 08-07-2012, 04:35 AM
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My motor is hydro locked any ideas on what damage this is causing

My truck died out smoothly while driving it this morning and when i went to restart it it turned over for a few then started to hydro lock i stopped trying to start it and im going to pull glow plugs to release pressure but have i caused any damage sure hope not running outta money for repairs this yr

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Good for bending rods.

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worse case cenario broken rod shoved thru the block ruining the block for rebuilding or even as a core.
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Blown EGR cooler, blown head gaskets (probably both) but it could be a cracked head. Either way, it's not good. DO NOT turn it over, you can break something and ruin your core. Let me know if you need me Asheville Engine Rebuilders - Home
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Ok update pulled all glowplugs put turned over motor all is goo with that but my exhaust manifold is completely full of fuel and everytime i turn over the motor it dumps fuel outta my exhaust probe what the hell could be causing all this fuel to dump into my exhaust remember that all this started with a bad alternator could my ficm board be fried and telling one certain cylinder to just dump mad fuel when trying to start

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Also egr is deleted and my heads were just tested and milled and studded when reinstalled 06 f250 sorry should have been more thro with info on truck

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Wow, you should have seen smoke before it quit. And you didn't get an excessive amount of fuel from any one cylinder, you turned it over a complete revolution or two? Cracked injector tip, bad closed coil leaving the injector spool in the open position, not sure your ficm could do that.

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It did smoke like holy hell the slowly died out

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most likely you have bad injector o-rings. Ive had lots of trucks do this. When you did your heads did you replace them?
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I believe if you bar it over more you will find the cylinder that has an excessive admit of fluid in it, thats the idea. You may need help so you can keep an eye on the holes, just dont stick you face in front of the holes. If you take your ficm relay out, you can bump the starter and watch the geyser.

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