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Old 05-08-2013, 10:43 AM
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I have a 2006 F250 6.0 FX4 Lariat that I recently installed an EGR delete on. After getting her back together, she fired right up and ran fine. A couple weeks later I noticed water dripping from the engine. I decided to go ahead and rip into her and see what's wrong as well as clean my intake manifold. I get the intake super clean and replace the o-ring under it and put it all back together. Go to fire it up and she won't start. She will crank and I can hear the injectors firing, but she will not start. Not sure where to even begin to try to find a problem. At first I thought the batteries were too weak to spin the starter enough, but they both tested good and are fully charged. Removed glow plugs and turned her over a few times and mist that looked like fuel came out. Not sure where I should be looking.
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Old 05-08-2013, 11:48 AM
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Think you may have posted this same question a few days earlier??
Anyway..pull your IPR and look at the screen on the end of it.
If there is junk on the screen and the screen is not dented inwards, get a rescreen kit from Ford (might even want to buy 2..it takes some practice to get it to go on perfect the first time and you only have 1 shot to do it right. If it goes on crooked the first time, toss it in the garbage ... get another one and try again).
If there is junk on the screen and the screen is damaged or dented inwards, buy a new IPR.
Double check the injector connectors to be sure they are all properly seated and the clips are engaged.
Check all electrical connections you disturbed during your previous work, including the plugs on the bottom of your FICM. Be sure they are all seated all the way in and click in to place.

Do you have any codes? If so, what are they?
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Hahaha, I probably did, I have just been so busy I didn't bother to check which sites I have or haven't posted on.

No scanner at home to scan it with.
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I strongly suggest you get one..the best option for you would likely be something along the lines of the scangauge2..available at most autoparts stores.
It can montior a bunch of parameters that can help you with diagnosis and will be a great addition to your truck...for not very much money.
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So I rechecked everything and it all looks fine. Will turn over and I can hear what sounds like the injectors firing. A light smoke comes out of the pipes, but she still will not start. I'm running out of ideas/options. My next option may be a diesel mechanic.
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