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Old 07-02-2013, 06:23 PM
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HELP!! NO START After egr delete, head studs and oil cooler

Ok 2004 6.0

Oil cooler and egr let go on stock truck. Therefore coolant in oil. When I drained oil it had 6.5 gallons come out of "milk". SO I then decided to go ahead with the bulletproof process while replacing egr delete kit and new oil cooler. I pulled cab, pulled heads, and replaced with ARP studs put everything back together, and now wont start...turns over fine but no fire. checked glow plugs, injectors working (according to modis scanner) but not getting any fire. I even did the no no and gave a shot of starting fluid. didn't even attempt to fire..Im stumped...Thanks for help in advance!!!
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Old 07-02-2013, 06:24 PM
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I did fail to mention I flushed with diesel fuel to clean out everything prior to putting heads back on. so I got most of the water out.
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ANYBODY????
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I know everyone says it takes a lot of cranking to pump oil back through everywhere, if you have done this then the only thing I can think of is FICM connectors are not clipped all the way in?
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I would check to see how much pressure you're getting in the high pressure oil system.
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Old 07-03-2013, 11:46 AM
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There's something else wrong if it didn't hit with starting fluid. I ASSume you mean ether?
Don't need injectors or a FICM to make the ether hit. Just compression.
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Old 07-03-2013, 11:48 AM
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Give us some data.

Codes?
FICM Voltage, Power and Hi-voltage **
ICP and IPR numbers while cranking **
Sync or not **
Fuel flow and pressure **
Compression? Valves and lifters installed correctly?

Early 04 or later? STC, Oil rails, stand-pipes or rail hoses correctly installed?
Same for injectors, did you ensure all new coppers and O-rings? Did you clean out the cups and hold-down threads to ensure the injectors are in correctly?

If you note the ** marks, as you should have read, these will tell you where to start looking next.
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