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Old 01-26-2013, 03:24 PM
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2004 6.0 stalled and now wont start

hey guys I have a problem with my 2004 powerstroke it started to miss only at idle or low rpm. so I put my super chip on it and it showed a couple cylinders off balance.so the next day I went out and started it to take it 60 miles away to the shop and it stalled.so now it will not start back up it gets close but just wont do it so I checked my ficm and its showing 48 volts and now when I am cranking on it I have oil dripping from the passenger side motor in the back does anyone have any ideas of where else to start with this thanks
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Re: 2004 6.0 stalled and now wont start

Is your icp located on the right front valve cover? Not really much info to go on.

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yes it is I unplugged it and still nothing what other info would help thanks
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I have also put all new filters in it and before I put in the oil filter I used a screw driver and pushed the little tab and it also started to fill with oil while we turned over the engine
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Re: 2004 6.0 stalled and now wont start

Have you found the source of the dripping oil? Can you monitor/read data?

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Re: 2004 6.0 stalled and now wont start

You may have combustion gasses entering the fuel rail. Pull your secondary fuel filter, hfcm fuse, ficm relay, crank the engine over and look for bubbles or gases entering the housing. You need to track down the oil leak, not sure what that could be besides oil cooler housing, filter housing, hpop cover, or turbo drain/feed. Are you able to read icp, ipr?

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no I haven't found the oil leak yet I am going to work on it more tomorrow.the only data I can read is from my super chip which in this case is none to helpful lol
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ok thanks southbend I will give that a shot thanks for the info
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Re: 2004 6.0 stalled and now wont start

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You may have combustion gasses entering the fuel rail. Pull your secondary fuel filter, hfcm fuse, ficm relay, crank the engine over and look for bubbles or gases entering the housing. You need to track down the oil leak, not sure what that could be besides oil cooler housing, filter housing, hpop cover, or turbo drain/feed. Are you able to read icp, ipr?

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Don't I recall a test of removing the fuel lines from the filter bowl and putting balloons on them, spinning it over and watching for the balloons to inflate?



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^ yup this actually works better.. Its a safe tell tale sign as to what bank of injectors is leaking..
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