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Old 12-18-2012, 04:50 PM
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6.0 starts but dies when put in gear!!!

Im a newbie guys so please bare with me!!! ok heres my problem we have a 06 f-250 6.0 the truck had a bad injector we got that replaced. Replacing the injector fix the misfire but now the truck starts fine when cold idles fine but when heat to normal temp and you put it in drive or reverse or just shut it off manually and try to restart it. The truck WONT start, you have to let it cool down before it can be restarted, it has great oil pressure. so i was wondering if there was anybody out there that can help or has come across the same problem. Any help is greatly appriciated thanks.
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Old 12-18-2012, 04:54 PM
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Are you watching the gauge on the dash for oil pressure? If so, that's worthless. That gauge monitors low pressure only and is basically a switch. If it restarts when it cools off and only won't start when hot then you have a HPO leak.
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Old 12-18-2012, 05:11 PM
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Yeah I've just been going off the dash. But I'll check that tomorrow thanks for the response I aporicate it
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Yeah I've just been going off the dash. But I'll check that tomorrow thanks for the response I aporicate it
Unless you have a really good scan too or Auto Enginuity, you won't be able to check the high pressure oil system for a leak and with it being an 06 there are a lot of possibilities. Most common, STC fitting at HPOP, stand pipes and dummy plugs.
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If it didn't do that until you changed the injector you may have damaged the o-ring on the stand pipe when the oil rail came off to do the injector swap.
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If it didn't do that until you changed the injector you may have damaged the o-ring on the stand pipe when the oil rail came off to do the injector swap.
This is a definite possibility.
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Old 12-18-2012, 05:28 PM
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Does HPO stand for high pressure. Or I'm I way off
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Thanks for all the help. This is great fourm
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