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Old 11-02-2012, 09:10 PM
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Been follwing your thread to the outlawpilot, my truck is doing the same thing, was seriously thinking about letting it burn if I could ever get it to start again. Still not starting but am willing to give it a second chance after reading your suggestions. ICP 0 to 134 and holds while cranking FICM v 48, steady ICPV 0.2 no change at all, I am hoping the sensor/regulator is all that my busted knuckles are going to find tomorow, I really appreciate the time you and the other techs on here put in, God knows if it weren't for that, there would be a lot more of these 6.0 getting rammed right back up Fords anal canal.
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Old 11-02-2012, 09:41 PM
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Are those the values you are seeing while cranking???
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Old 11-03-2012, 08:42 AM
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yes they are, ICP is 0 key on builds to 133/134 while cranking about 10/15 sec. FICM 48 with no change, and ICPV is 0.2 from key on till I stop cranking, I haven't watched RPM but it seems fast and normal. Something else I should look for 1st? Thanks
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What year is the truck? I'm assuming it's an 03 or 04. Is the ICP sensor on the passenger side valve cover? If not, it's likely a bad ICP sensor, IPR, or HPOP (in order of likelihood).
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Old 11-03-2012, 09:07 AM
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I don't think anyone can ram a 6.0 back up Fords Arse anymore
it all on the current owner to deal with the probs now
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It's an 05, fixing to go check it out after lunch, from what I read it is not a major deal to at least eliminate some of the obvious things that are on top Just priced an ICP and IPR OUCH but they are on the way for Tues, NAPA parts friend says he can return them if its not the problem. Hoping it is a loose wire, or the like, won't hurt my bass fishing money so hard.
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Old 11-03-2012, 12:31 PM
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I am assuming oil is full,does the oil pressure guage register on dash instruments.
Have you tried unplugging icp and cranking.
You need to get ipr values as well.

You do know minimum icp to start is 500 psi right?
Need to get a real time scan tool, ScanguageII is a $160.00 item and works very well with these engines.See if your Napa buddy can hook you up with a scanner then you will start covering ground on troubleshooting.
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I Have an edge insight in the truck, but only installed it a couple days ago after my no start started. something I just checked, Ford serviced about 500 miles ago, and the oil cooler was replaced approx. 150 miles back. Dumb me I took for granted fluids were full. Pulled dipstick, reads min. could my no start be as simple as low oil? Oil press. in dash comes up to norm on crank just takes a few seconds, when it was running oil press was normal. Not sure how to get IPR values, if they come up on the insight I'll find them. As far as unpluging the ICP, was getting the Degass out of the way not sure what else is down there so getting to it may be more than I want to tackle, I am a machinest, but not real hot on the mechs side of things.
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05's are notorious for the o-ring on the STC fitting going bad. They have redesigned the STC fitting to fix the issue. Get an OASIS report from Ford and it will tell you if they replaced the STC fitting to the new design. Also, the standpipes and dummy plugs are problematic with causing high pressure oil leaks (and subsequent no/hard starts).
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On a 05 your ICP is mounted on the front end of the passenger valve cover in the open, nothing needs to be removed. The IPR is still located on the HPOP cover under the turbo
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