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Old 08-26-2013, 11:02 AM
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Oil Filter takes 27 seconds to fill [VIDEO]

Hello guys so I am working a few SLOW crank no start issues.

I bought this truck with a leaking egr cooler, and no start from my grandfather. I have not driven it or got it to start. I guess it hydrolocked on them and it has sat for a year. He had a shade tree mechanic look at it. He pulled the glow plugs and pumped the water out. But it still sat.

I will make another thread on all the stuff I have done to fix it. In the works of replacing all the common HPO system failures.

So my issue at hand is....I pulled the filter and held down on the button at the bottom of the filter housing. It took 20 seconds of cranking for the oil to begin to flow, and 7 seconds to fill the housing.

My oil level is at the correct amount. Could this be the result of a bad low pressure oil pump?

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Old 08-27-2013, 11:04 AM
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I'm not sure about your oil situation (seems like LPOP) but that starter sounds awful, how volts while cranking?
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Old 08-27-2013, 11:11 AM
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dude that starter sounds like ****. batts low? worn starter?
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You may also want to check the lpop relife valve. Easy to pull and might be stuck open. It is the 12mm allen plug right behind the crank pulley. It comes out with out pulley or belt removal.

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Update:
I forgot I created this thread. But the lpop front cover was scorn and gouged. I replaced the cover, gears, seal/ring. Pressure is up. But gotta find the root cause of the failure. But that's already on another thread. Truck is in the shop now to find out the cause.

As for the starter... I had put a new starter on, sounded the same. Just bought another starter and dropped it off at the shop today. So maybe hopefully (but doubtful) that starter was the cause of the low rpm.

Thanks guys for all the advice .
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