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Help! 6.0 wont start

I have a 2004 late model (ipr on valve cover) I was driving down the road and the truck cut off with no warning and will not start back up. I put my scan tool on it ( Auto Enginuity) and didnt pull any codes. The check gauges light is on and the oil pressure doesnt move while cranking. I do get oil coming up to the oil filter housing when pushing on the valve with a screwdriver. The ICP pressure will reach 500 psi on a long crank but takes it about 20 seconds to get there and the IPR is about 84%. Im pretty sure i have a leak but arent sure if its a lpop or hpop issue. With a long crank it wants to start it gets to about 200rpm but will not and i get the smell of fuel out of the exhaust. At this point im stuck and no sure which way to go so any help would be appreciated.
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if its filling the oil filter housing , shouldnt be the low pressure pump, ipr being at that high a percentage can mean a leak , what codes are in the pcm , start with that


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the only code i did have was icp pressure low i cant remember the code i shouldnt have cleared it i guess
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the only code i did have was icp pressure low i cant remember the code i shouldnt have cleared it i guess
it definitly can help, 2285 can lead you toward a icp sensor , 2290 alot of times more toward the ipr and 2291 most of the time more towards a leak

if you dont have the code , id say next step would be to get a high pressure oil system test done to try and pinpoint a leak


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thanks ill take a look at the icp this evening now that im more confident that im looking at a high pressure problem and not a low
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checked the icp with no luck i am building 500 psi with a long crank but at 85% i thought the motor would still fire if i was building 500psi??
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