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Old 01-03-2013, 06:48 PM
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IPR question

Long time reader ,1st time poster. I have an 05 f250 with low hpo . Tried several cranks and pressure was 163 every time . I guess what I want to know is after pulling ipr to check the screen ,the screen stayed in the hole . Can I push it in farther trying to pull it out ? also the valve didn't operate when voltage was applied. Would I be safe to assume it is not operating as it was only open 65% when we were testing?
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You should be able to easily fish it out. Have you considered performing a hpop air leak test? You could have a failed stc, dummy plugs, or standpipes.

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Old 01-04-2013, 07:59 AM
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Thanks I am going to try to do that today.
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AAAAGH local dealer said they dont make a fitting for the icp port to do an air test. They also dont have a plug for ipr valve.(they dont go bad lol) Does any one know what size fitting i need? I could swear i read on here somewhere it was 12m x 1 but,cant find that thread now
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M12 x 1.5mm. It is the same as the fuel test port. You might hear m14, but that is wrong.

Here is a good link to the international procedure. http://www.nosun.ca/wingnut/051207.PDF

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Excellent link,thanks.
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the ipr connector is the same as the 7.3l injector connectors, and early 6.0l vgt solenoid connector. if it's not damaged, leave it be.
so what happened when you applied voltage to the ipr? nothing? any noise at all? and this was with the valve out of the vehicle? if the ipr valve is not functioning, that's your problem right there
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The ipr connector was to be used to power up the ipr to do the air test. No my ipr valve done absolutely nothing when we powered it up ,no clicking or anything . I have a new ipr valve installed and will have it put back together after I replace a leaking orange hose with a blue hose.Oh by the way the ipr valve was tested on my work bench
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After hose replacement and 1 hour fitting up pipe to turbo I finally got it back together this morning the truck started right up. Thanks for all the info guys I appreciate it. To tell the whole story my daughter backed or should I say slammed into a guard rail and the truck died. She tried to restart but it wouldn't fire. A guy told her that he reset the fuel pump and try to start it again of course it wouldn't start. I had it towed home and bled the fuel filter but it still wouldn't start. A neighbor had a computer to hook it to and ran several tests on pretty much the whole system and the only thing we found was only 163 lbs of oil pressure on the high pressure system. Changed out ipr valve and YAHOOOOO it started. I let it run about 15 mins then took it for a 10 mile test drive and restarted it hot with no problem.
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Thanks for the update.........and "the rest of the story"......lol.

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