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Old 12-26-2012, 03:43 PM
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6.0 no start after putting back together

I have a 05 super duty. It started having a hard start after it was at running temperature. I decided to just pull it apart and install egr delete, new oil cooler and update the stc fitting. I put it all back together. Added oil through the oil filter housing. And finished filling up with oil. Cycled key 3 times and started cranking and no start. Gave a lil shot of ether and fired up. I could hear a leak somewhere so I suspect y-pipe to turbo. I noticed oil running down the drain tube of turbo so I guess it didn't get lined up good or popped into turbo. But I was currious if the drain tube leak could cause the hifh pressure oil pump to not reach 500 psi. I don't have the adapter to pressurized the system through the icp. Haven't got a chance to check voltage in ficm yet.
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No, that is just a drain to the crankcase, iirc. It is quite common for trash to make it through the hpop after an oil cooler replacement. Did you clean the resevoir well before pulling the screen out, was the screen torn? If that happend, often the trash will damage the screen on the ipr and you will be unable to build pressure. You may want to pull the ipr and inspect the screen.
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I didn't really think it would. Yes I cleaned the reservoir very well before and after removing the screen. The screen did have a little rip in it along the edge. If the trash did make it through the hpop could it have damaged the ipr or just clogged the new screen up.
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It's a toss up, most guys end up having to replace them, when the screen is torn.

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Thanks for the info. In your opinion is the bench test of the ipr effective to determine good or bad ipr or should I pull icp pressurize the system and command ipr closed?
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Hope you figure it out, but stay away from the starting fluid.
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Old 12-27-2012, 08:53 AM
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Thanks. Hopefully new ipr will fix it. Will update when I get
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Thanks for the info. In your opinion is the bench test of the ipr effective to determine good or bad ipr or should I pull icp pressurize the system and command ipr closed?
I myself, would pull it, inspect it, and power it up to see if it clicks. If it does and the screen is torn, I would replace the screen and retry it. Btw, you should really get a monitor on that truck. Yes and stay away from starting fluid. Keep us updated.

Edit: If you end up getting a new one, could you ohm test the new and old one, and post the values?

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