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Old 02-06-2013, 06:09 PM
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Exclamation installed new arp head studs and gaskets now no start

I have a 2003 6.0 and Like the title said installed new head gaskets and arp studs also oil cooler.the egr delete was done already .instaled new ipr and ipc and glow plugs to sence it was opend up bleed out air from fuel lines at the bango bolts on heads multiple times and still no start if you spray some starting fluid in the intake it wants to run but not really.also checked all harness plugs and there all plugged in then unpluged the ipr or ipc (the one under the turbo) to see if it was a bad one and still no start only codes showing up are p403 p405 p1000 any help would be great thank you.
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Old 02-06-2013, 06:19 PM
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Has tons of air in HPOP system. Gonna have to crank a good amount to get it to fire.
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yes what he said. does your oil pressure gauge show anything while cranking??? i have had to crank until the batteries died and then some more. watch your gauge, crank until you see the pressure come up, then your close. give the starter a break every 10 secs to cool off.
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Yes it has oil pressure when cranking and the batterys went dead hooked up to charger and kept trying with that and still no start
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Found the problem the oil hose came off on the drivers side head snapped it back on and started right up
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Old 02-07-2013, 06:24 PM
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Found the problem the oil hose came off on the drivers side head snapped it back on and started right up
Just did mine and it's a good feeling to hear it fire up.
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You arent kidding and best part about doing it your self is you know how it was done good
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