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post #1 of 12 Old 01-16-2013, 09:54 AM Thread Starter
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Angry Engine died, now no start

While driving on the interstate, the engine shut down, no warning, or codes. I have had trouble with IPR clogging in the past, engine cranks fine, just won't fire. Scanner says no hop to fire injectors. I have commanded the valve open and closed, and it appears to be moving. My question is, if its clogged, would that cause a no start? I have had the valve replaced three times now. 2006' f350' new injectors, egr delete, new turbo, new oil cooler, new exhaust, edge with attitude cts. Any advise is appreciated.
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What was the IPR getting clogged with so much? 3 times seems a littls strange, if it was metal I would almost say your pump was coming apart??
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Not metal

When I got truck, it had been neglected.... The oil filter had come apart from not being changed when needed. There was a large amount of crude built up in side, it is going away after many oil and filter changes, but has still caused a lot of grief. When the oil cooler was changed, we did replace the screen as well.
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Sure sounds like a HPOP being your IPR was so dirty...

1995 F250 Ext cab Long box 7.3 DI Turbo Diesel 5 spd 308,000 mile TS 6 position chip.....Is currently without an engine

1996 F250 Ext cab Long box 7.3 DI Turbo Diesel Auto 210,000 mile Stock except for the wheels.....Looks like a crushed beer can at the moment :/

2006 F250 Crew Cab Short box 6.0 DI Turbo Diesel Auto 5 spd on the column 218,000, EGR delete with up-pipes, FICM tuner, 285/70/17 Mickey Thompson Baja MTZ rubber,
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A clogged screen will cause a no start. I'd remove and inspect the IPR and then reinstall it and then do a HPO air leak test.

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HPO air test

Anyone a link, or easy instructions on how to check the HPOP with air? Thanks
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OK, so we pulled the IPR valve, small tear in screen, some trash on it as well, but not neaqrly as bad as I would have thought. Replaced it with a new valve and she fired right up. This is another one out the window. Not sure where the trash is coming from, or how much more there is..... I dont want to keep replacing this thing every 5-6k miles..... Thanks to everyone that helped.
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I thought a plugged screen is a very good sign of failed/failing pump ?

1995 F250 Ext cab Long box 7.3 DI Turbo Diesel 5 spd 308,000 mile TS 6 position chip.....Is currently without an engine

1996 F250 Ext cab Long box 7.3 DI Turbo Diesel Auto 210,000 mile Stock except for the wheels.....Looks like a crushed beer can at the moment :/

2006 F250 Crew Cab Short box 6.0 DI Turbo Diesel Auto 5 spd on the column 218,000, EGR delete with up-pipes, FICM tuner, 285/70/17 Mickey Thompson Baja MTZ rubber,
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From all I have been reading, if the trash or debris is metal, then YES, the pump is failing most likely. Mine is not metal, just sludgy oily crude. I was told the truck went over 50,000 without an oil change, and at one point, the filter had come apart. I have changed the oil every 4000 for the last twenty now in hopes of cleaning it out. I'm a little scared of trying to flush it with something, in fear it may break too much loose at once, and then I will be chasing cloggs everywhere. Any advice from anyone else on this issue is truely appreciated.
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just to clarify your running motorcraft filter and oem cap correct ?

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