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Old 04-21-2013, 08:18 AM
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need some imput please going bananas.

I have a 05-350-60 in the morning when starts up runs smooth for about 20 miles then gets to missing bad at idle ? barking, backfiring I'm puzzeld by it ...any sugestions i would appreciate it.... No DTCs,no smoke had a new IPR installed 6 months ago

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Old 04-21-2013, 08:21 AM
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When is the last time you changed your filters? Have you checked your FICM voltage? Do you have any way of checking for codes?
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Old 04-21-2013, 08:28 AM
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When is the last time you changed your filters? Have you checked your FICM voltage? Do you have any way of checking for codes?
Change filters about a month ago or 500 miles,No codes,checking the ficm shows right at 48 ............did again this morning was running good and I felt the sudden change to missing and jorking ....it seems that is doing it when it gets fully warm up...this sucks

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could use some thoughts on this......
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Old 04-21-2013, 01:16 PM
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I wonder if you might be getting some injector siction. Maybe try running some Rev-X oil treatment through it. I use it on my truck and it works great, smooths out the injectors and took away the sputtering I had before.

What oil are you using by the way?
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It sure sounds like an injector problem. However, what is causing it is the question. Is it an injector or the FICM? Remember, your FICM controls the injection sequence. What is your FICM voltage when this is happening? EBP sensor going out? What is the sync doing?

Contribution and balance test is needed warm to help diagnose.
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hi yea I run the t6 with revx every other oil change,is acting up when it gets warm/hot so i have something else going on, hard starts after is warm but statrs still.
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I forgot to add, check your wiring to the injectors.
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I forgot to add, check your wiring to the injectors.
will check in the morning....and definitly have to clean and or replace the EBP sensor never done it yet so sure needs it.......
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Old 04-22-2013, 05:15 AM
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If you are having hard starts after it's warm, then you may have a high pressure oil issue. Check the ICP and the IPR. Worse case scenario is that the HPOP is on its way out. I'm not saying that is the case here, just throwing out ideas.
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