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Old 04-28-2013, 07:53 AM
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uuuggh no start 6.0 died while driving

Here we go again ! 2005 cc/sb rwd
Just replaced the HPOP ,stand pipes & dummy plugs. She ran the best ever for a week but Friday night I notice a crappy idle and comes up to 20 on boost but did not seem like it was pulling as hard as usual. Sat at a traffic light made it thru the intersection n poof dead again.

Now this is odd because it was out of the blue was running good for the previous 3 hrs I was driving around to make sure it was road ready, new fuel filters.fresh oil n filter, newer alternator,good batteries and always try to use a high volume fuel stations to get fresh fuel.

Open for suggestion guys,unfortunately I am on the road stuck in a hotel have plenty of tools but no way to scan for codes (there is a oreilleys,advanced auto n auto zone within walking distants).
I assume I have a check engine light on as it does not wink out like the others do after a few mins.
So is there any one here located around Rockford Il.? In need of some help!

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Old 04-28-2013, 03:04 PM
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Ok was able to attain a code reader. The only one that I got was a P2285 injector control pressure sensor low, and I assume I got that one because I unplugged the ICP to see if it would start that way! Do you have to clear the code then unplug it or just unplug n try turning it over?

Suggestions anyone,need to get back on the road in a few days ,the International dealer is a half mile away so parts should be no problem,I am thinking IPR but found it weird I got no codes for it!
Come on shoot some ideas my way please.
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Bump to the top for help.
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I will call the International dealer around the corner in the morning to see if they Have a IPR in stock ,if not oreilly down the street can have one here tuesday morning for me ! Vince at Innovative performance research told me when I replaced the HPOP I should do the IPR too,but I chintzed out cause I was a little tapped out at the time I ordered . Dumbass me learned it the hard way n didn't listen now it's biting me in the butt!

Well at least I am half where there to being bullet proof, just need to do the head studs n an external oil cooler or just do a killer flush n go to cat ec-1 coolant then. Really leaning toward giving Vince $1100 and getting his cooler and (what sold me on this setup) 100% coolant filter !

I think this mystery is solved as I did get a p2285 DTC meaning low oil pressure n I have replaced all the other problematic parts last sunday.
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OK got the new IPR put in today, got it buttoned up and spun her over and NOTHING UGH!

I couldn't spin it long as the batteries are going down so taking that long walk back to oreillys to buy a battery charger to top them off.

Since i had the IPR off do i need to spin it for awhile to get oil pressure back up in the fuel rails ? I also notice that my fuel bowl is empty on the secondary filter up top n now I am not hearing the fuel pump running, could this be because of low voltage cause the batteries are down?
come on guys shoot some ideas at me I am sick of this motel room n can have a fuel pump here tomorrow!
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I will call the International dealer around the corner in the morning to see if they Have a IPR in stock ,if not oreilly down the street can have one here tuesday morning for me ! Vince at Innovative performance research told me when I replaced the HPOP I should do the IPR too,but I chintzed out cause I was a little tapped out at the time I ordered . Dumbass me learned it the hard way n didn't listen now it's biting me in the butt!

Well at least I am half where there to being bullet proof, just need to do the head studs n an external oil cooler or just do a killer flush n go to cat ec-1 coolant then. Really leaning toward giving Vince $1100 and getting his cooler and (what sold me on this setup) 100% coolant filter !

I think this mystery is solved as I did get a p2285 DTC meaning low oil pressure n I have replaced all the other problematic parts last sunday.
i know this does not help with your current issue but i would steer clear of the ipr external cooler, spend the extra $$ and get the Bullet Proof Diesel external oil cooler with the factory filter option as the old saying goes you get what you pay for and the bpd cooler is far superior to the ipr unit.
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