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Old 11-07-2012, 08:53 PM
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2005 6.0l will not start after oil cooler rebuild and injector install

I just got done rebuilding my oil cooler, installing rebuilt injectors, coolant fluch, blue spring upgrade, new alternator, and a fs2500 bypass oil filter and the truck will not start.
First time I tried to prime the system I found out I forgot to install the bango bolt and had fuel all over the place. After fixing that issue I tried to start it 4 or 5 times with no luck. Has anyone else had a problem starting their truck after doing work like this? If so what was the problem?
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Try a couple more 8 empty Injector 2 oil rails n oil cooler needs to fill back up


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I ran out of time tonight. The trucks at a buddy of mines about ten miles away and the girlfriend had to head to work. How many times does it usually take to get a start?
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i think youtube has a few vids on startups after that kinda work . did you fill the sump with oil when putting the new oil cooler in? or could it be possable there is air in the fuel bc of the banjo bolt not being on when u started it ? i dont no but i hope you get her going . good luck
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I dumped a little more than a gallon on fresh oil into the oil cooler housing before I tried starting it. But now that I think about it there was a noise coming from the fuel filter housing on top the motor after I got the bango bolt back in. Do I just need to try priming the system a few more times then give it another shot? I am a little worried about the batteries, it's suppose to start snowing tomorrow so it's a bit cold out and the old alternator wasn't charging them very well. I'm not sure how many more attemps I'm gonna get out of them and the truck is not in a very good place to jump it.
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Old 11-07-2012, 10:49 PM
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borrow a charger it may take a while , according to what ive read . mabey someone thats done this before can chime in
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That another thing I don't have a charger and don't know anyone around here that's got one. I've just started college at WSU on the east side of WA state. I've always lived on the west side, where I might also add I know a few people with chargers.
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When I did mine it started a lot quicker than I would have thought. Mayb around 3-30 second cycles. I did have a charger too, but didn't really need it.. You can buy one at Walmart for around $50.

If it didn't start sooner than later I would check for a hp oil leak.


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Try disconnecting your icp and see if it starts. Check icp pressure. Could be a busted ipr screen, mine ripped after a new oil cooler. They come stock with lots crap in them!!


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check your ipr screen while your at it maybe free up some loose stuff in there. Mine did the same for some reason my icp went out when i did the oil cooler
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