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06 6.0 hard to start

Went to start the truck and it would crank fine and start normal then die. To get it to start and run i had to half throttle it for about 30 sec then it ran fine. After getting down the road a ways it through the trouble codes p0261 p0264 p0267 p0270 p0273 p0276 p0279 p0282 p0343 and p0611. I have no idea why it through all the codes at once.
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My guess would be a FICM going out. What kind of FICM voltage are you showing?

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havent had a chance to meter it yet. the ficm going would cause the cam position sensor code to pop?
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a no start condition during extended cranking will cause the cam and crank sensors to throw a code. Make sure your batteries are giving enough juice but I agree with Rev, need to get yourself a voltage reading Key On, Engine Off then Cranking, and running (if it starts)

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truck starts and runs fine my buddy is on his way over with the meter to test the voltage.
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Great time for a BPD FICM upgrade.


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