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Old 11-11-2012, 01:08 AM
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2007 f350 6.0 no start

Have a friend whos truck quit running, showing a p2291 ICP Too Low {while cranking} showed about 740 kpa which is roughly 108 psi, i found his oil filter cap to be a aftermarket one with no gasket and appears to be leaking. I am definitely going to start there this could cause a no start correct? ICP is easily accessable compared to mine which was buried under the turbo on my 03, the connector is not oil soaked.

Guy is very hard on his truck oil looks like cake batter, so i am going to start with a ford cap and filter and some fresh oil, anything you 05-07 gurus have to add im more familiar with the 03-04 motors

Unsure if the STC fitting has ever been messed with might need an oasis report.
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You are on the right path, dummy plugs, stc, and stand pipes are a problem on the 05-06, for sure. Can you read ipr?

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Cake batter!! what color? You could have moore issues than you think if that is coolant in the mix.
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Cake batter!! what color? You could have moore issues than you think if that is coolant in the mix.
Hehe, I kind of figured he was exagerating........maybe not. Surely that truck would have self destructed a long time ago?

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Actually I have seen em hang together with oil the consistancy of p-nut butter but the damage/cost was tremendous. Now how they hung together is beyond me LOL.

These were mainly industrial grade engines tho they were built to last forever I do not think a 6.0 block would survive those extreme conditions.
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I did not see any oil in the degas bottle, the oil is seriously black and very thick, not even sure if its 10-40 hes a semi driver so who knows what he has used, and i dont believe its been changed in many miles.

i cannot read IPR with the scan tool i have unfortunately, hoping i can command it closed so i can put air to the ICP port to listen for leaks
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100 psi is a pretty big leak. That's STC range when it pops loose. If it's possible do an air check on it
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100 psi is a pretty big leak. That's STC range when it pops loose. If it's possible do an air check on it

Thats what im going to try as long as my scan tool can close the IPR which im unsure of. I have the adapter for the ICP port i just need to rig up an air line to it.
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Do you have to pull the intake to get the HPOP cover off on these years?
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Do you have to pull the intake to get the HPOP cover off on these years?
I dont think so, although the right side bolts are difficult to get to.

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