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post #1 of 3 Old 07-19-2013, 05:49 AM Thread Starter
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Hot Start No Matter What is Replaced.

This is the second time within 3 months the truck has been back in the shop for the same problem...Truck starts when hot for the first couple days but starts get upwards to 13 seconds cranking, then couple days later wont start at all.

Parts replaced 1st time were: Stand Pipes and Dummy Plugs, "O" rings under HPOP and Injector Top "O" rings.

Parts replaced 2nd time were: Stand Pipes and Dummy Plugs, Injector Top "O" rings and New Updated HPOP from IPR Research.

Nothing changed...still same starting problems: Hot start ok at first then longer starts then no start all over a coupld day time frame. What is up with this?
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I have the same freaking issue done all of the above you mentioned, I going to send my FICM for repair next.
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Whats your icp when cranking getting to?

What about STC fitting update?

Are the oil rails torqed in sequence and to 10 lb-ft (I beleive thats the torque spec)

Could be the branch tube. Also the oil rails are plugged in a few spots and should have some marking going from the bolt to the rail, those should be lined up. There is also a fitting you can make to screw in place of the icp sensor and apply shop air to hear the leak, theres a few good threads on here about that.
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