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would a small leak in fuel line to secaondary fuel filter cause a no start..lack of too much fuel pressure???? help!!!http://www.powerstroke.org/forum/ima...ies/ohnoes.gif
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I would say if it got enough air or drained off enough fuel from the filter it would make a really long extended crank and possibly a no start. Kinda work like a combustion gas leak in reverse.


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I replaced the icp because that was bad fixed that issue and now its the fuel...the bolt on the inlet side if the fuel.bowl seems to be leaking or sucking air in so km going to replace the bolt and copper washers and hopefully fixes the issue

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Do you have a monitor on the engine to see engine values?


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You really need to get some gauges for the truck for basic reasons. The oil cooler in these trucks start a chain reaction that leads to egr cooler as well as head gasket failure.
Monitoring oil temps is far and away the most important thing you can do, in a nutshell: if the oil cooler plugs up it reduces flow to the egr cooler and if coolant flow is reduced to it it will burst. Once it bursts if it leaks enough coolant into the intake manifold the additional expansion from coolant in the cumbustion chamber increases cylinder pressures to a point the head gaskets will fail.

There are plenty of gauges available but the most affordable is the ScangaugeII for around $160.00 available at Auto Zone on the shelf. It will read everything the PCM sees and will make troubleshooting your problem much easier to diagnose.
Gauges are a MUST with these engines!!!!!


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The reason for all this is because i just did the studs egr delete new oil cool updated stc fitting...i have a scanguage2 and a pyro gauage
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