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Old 07-06-2013, 06:50 AM
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6.0 NO START Help

I have an '03 6.0L Powerstroke.Out camping for the weekend, and decided to use the truck stereo. Left the door open while the music played, and would periodically start and rev the engine to charge the batt. On the last engine start, I attempted to clear any soot by flooring it, while in park. Turbo farted and the truck abruptly died. Passed it off, as its a common occurrence. When I came back to restart it later, I turned the engine over for roughly 15 seconds at which point it didn't fire. Battery voltage dropped to roughly 9 volts. I attempted to jump it, but the engine still wouldn't fire. Check FICKM Voltage (47.5), ICP voltage(0.2-0.3), battery voltage(12, cranking below 9), fuel pressure(58psi), fuel bowl was filling but no bubbles. Edge CTS pulled no codes at this point. VGT not reading 0.0? Then attempted starting with ether, engine would fire, but would abruptly die. Found another powerstroke, pulled his battery and plugged it in. Engine cranked strong, but did not fire on its own. I redhead the codes, EGR Valve circuit low, crank position sensor, glow plug module low ( Cleared codes thinking it had to do with the battery being unpluggeddon't remember the numbers). No fluid leak, all normal. Cannot determine why it's still not firing. Batteries are currently being charged elsewhere. Any ideas?
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Old 07-06-2013, 09:33 AM
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Anybody? Help. Please.
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Old 07-06-2013, 09:34 AM
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I'd rather not have a Chevy tow me home.
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Try plugging your icp sensor to see if she will start. If it does you need a new Icp sensor. The 03 the sensor is located under the turbo check for oil around the harness. To me it sounds like a something to do with your high pressure oil system maybe an icp harness, Icp sensor, or maybe the ipr valve. That is where I would start, good luck.


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Old 07-06-2013, 10:22 AM
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I already unplugged the ICP sensor, and reached the same result. As far as high pressure oil, ICP sensor is reading .2-.3v, and I do not have an STC fitting,so couldn't have blown one. Are there any other indicators of a high pressure leak? Or any thing else on the IPR valve that can shed some light onto the situation?
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Do you have updated dummy plugs and stand pipe? It could be a blown o ring on the dummy plug or standpipe. I have read on here that if your fuel pump goes out the injector will automatically pull fuel, it will run like junk but it would still run. That is why I say oil pressure problem can you monitor ipr % while cranking? It could be a bad ipr valve then. Again it could be a crank position sensor, I think it is located just under the harmonic balancer.


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Old 07-06-2013, 10:40 AM
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Your ipr valve sits beside the icp sensor on the hpop cover. It is a pain to get to, if you could pull this out you could see if there if the screen is damaged. If there is anything on the screen or the screen is torn then the truck won't start.


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No dummy plugs or stand pipes. Ill keep an eye on the IPR just noticed my injector plus width is reading 0. Does that mean they aren't spraying fuel?
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I don't think the injector will operate without proper oil pressure. Maybe someone else will chime in.
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Here's the no-start checklist:

Troubleshooting a No-Start condition
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