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Old 08-16-2013, 12:47 PM
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05 Crank No start

Alright so heres whats going on. The past month or so ive been having long cranks with slow start up. Once it started it ran fine. no issues at all and no power loss. Then last week i was driving it around town and shut it off at the store. When i went back out to start it, it just cranked and cranked. I purchased this truck about 2 months ago. I have all the paperwork from the PO. He had the HPOP and the STC fitting replaced not even 6 months ago. He did do the revised stc fitting. No ipr replacement or icp. So I thought I had it narrowed down the the IPR cause when i finally got down to it to pull it out the sreen was clogged pretty bad and cracked. I pull the screen off and felt like there was no spring tension inside at all. So i replaced that since it was bad anyways and still no start. Didnt change a damn thing. So i was wondering if anybody had any ideas of what it could be. THanks
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Old 08-16-2013, 01:26 PM
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might be the CPS. my 7.3 died a few times driving down the road, and eventually quit starting, replaced the CPS and it fired right up.
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99.9% that it is either the dummy plugs, stanpipes, or the STC fitting (since you say it was replaced but not with the updated one)

You need to pressure test your system! I just went through this whole ordeal...
Open your oil fill cap, oil filter cap, and the 3/4 hose coming from the drivers side valve cover to your intake...

Take your ICP sensor out of the passenger side valve cover and instal and air hose connector... Put 100-160 psi to that port and listen for leaks in the three areas you just opened up... There should be NO AIR coming out of those areas.


Also, what is your HPO psi when cranking?


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7.3's and 6.0's are very different!




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No the STC was replaced with the new style. Dummy plugs were also replaced. Just found it in the paperwork stating it was replaced. The PO pretty much did all new HPO side replacement. except the IPR, ICP and Standpipes. I did a pressure test yesterday and cant hear any air coming out of anywhere. I dont know what pressure my HPO is. Dont have a scanner to check that. Dont want to pay to get it towed to the shop either. Im being a cheap *** right now and trying to figure it without taking it to the shop.
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Where you at exactly? Maybe someone can help with a scanner. Or buy an edge CS for the price of a tow... Think of it as an investment lol


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Did you do the leak test exactly like I explained?


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Did you do the leak test exactly like I explained?


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Yes i did. I found a great video on youtube on how to do it. No Leaks anywhere. I am completely lost.
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I live in Fort Collins CO. I know alot of ford diesel techs that have a scanner but they live 2 hours from here.
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Well i finally decided to tow it into a shop and bite the bullet. At least it will be fixed and they have the tools and resources to figure it out. Thanks everyone for your help. Ill update when i find out what is wrong with it.
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