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Old 12-25-2012, 01:01 PM
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I bleed the ICP till oil meet un-threaded ICP, put back in, still no start. Im also getting a TBC warning from the dash...inanycase no trailer hooked up.. not the biggest issue im facing right now.
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Old 12-25-2012, 02:21 PM
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tried again, son of a gun got to 350 psi, about to pull hpop and replace STC fitting. what do you think...?

and how to I flush/replace top end fluids, they dont look like the T6 i just did an oil change with..

roger that on the TBC.
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Old 12-25-2012, 02:22 PM
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It'll take a decent amount of run time to get all the air out. Don't expect to get it running, shut it off for a little bit and expect it to just fire right back up. It will get better with time.
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im sorry. i hadnt read the other thread. or maybe i dont recall. why are you replacing these parts? have you aired up the system? did you find any bad o rings? and you did the dummy plugs as well?
as mentioned, it will take some driving to purge all air. however, purging through the icp should almost eliminate the long recrank.
if you didn't find a blown o ring, the problem won't have been fixed
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im sorry. i hadnt read the other thread. or maybe i dont recall. why are you replacing these parts? have you aired up the system? did you find any bad o rings? and you did the dummy plugs as well?
as mentioned, it will take some driving to purge all air. however, purging through the icp should almost eliminate the long recrank.
if you didn't find a blown o ring, the problem won't have been fixed
I had a no start condition, hot and cold... ICP read under 500 psi, No i did not air up the system? I did prime the system after I installed the updated stand pipes and dummy plugs. I did not find any damaged rings in either the stand pipes or dummy plugs, every thing looked good to my eyes...

Is there a way to change flush/replace the top end oil?

I'm about a post away from changing out the STC fitting...do you think this is a good idea?
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Old 12-25-2012, 02:53 PM
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That all should have been done together. You're shooting yourself in the foot by not commanding the IPR closed and pressurizing system to listen for leaks.
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Ok..so lessoned learned, Ive allready started pulling turbo, exhaust is unclamped, working pedestal right now. anything you can suggest or look for while im headed that way?
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if it's a no start hot or cold that occurred out of the blue, it's not likely a leak, as the problem would have evolved...usually. i'd be more inclined to think it were an ipr issue or maybe even a pump. though the 05+ pumps are less prone to failure, it isnt unheard of. pull the ipr out. have a look at it. if you see a hole punched in the screen, something went through that pump and may have damaged it.
your problem isnt a leak. since you got it running, its clear the problem is intermittent. leaks aren't intermittent. its probably a sticking ipr.
to confirm, you'd need a device capable of commanding the ipr duty cycle up and down with air hooked up, while monitoring icp to corroborate the ipr movement. i use an ids, but even if you hooked up something like a rheostat to the ipr to control it, that would work as well
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Ok..so lessoned learned, Ive allready started pulling turbo, exhaust is unclamped, working pedestal right now. anything you can suggest or look for while im headed that way?
if it were the stc, it wouldn't have fired up for you after not starting cold previously. your shooting in the dark here. you need to start testing and confirming first
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Ran out of daylight...pedastal is unbolted...So, basically stop forward progress and test IPR from here?

Ill hit this back up in the morning..need to spend some time with mamma, she just got home from work..christmas dinner.
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