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Old 10-14-2013, 08:40 AM
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6.0 died after 350000km without problems

I don't post a lot but i now need some help!
My 2003 F-350 would start harder and harder, i found out that the startermotor was burned so i reclaced it, then it crankt a lot faster than before and it start great for 2 days. Then the problems start again. On my way home my truck lost power, didn't respond to the trottle and died. It wont restart, in the shop it some times fired up, but again no power or throttle respons, and it died after a minute or so.

I read some codes, icp was oily and glow plug modul was bad, i replaced the icp, pig tail, ipr and glow plug modul. There are no codes any more but same symthomes. I think a have a HPO leak or bad HPOP. This are the readings KOEO:
ECT: 10c
ectV: 4,21V
FICMLPWR(V): 12.0
FICMMPWR(v):48.5
FICMSYNC:no
IAT: 13c
ICP press(psi): 28
ICPV : 0,22

Cranking:
FICMLPWR:11
FICMSYNC:yes
FICMMPWR:49
FICMVPWR:11.5
icp press: 607
icp(v):0,88

I am planning to tear down the engine a bit and do a pressure leak test, the problem is that i live in The Netherlands and it takes a lot of time to ship parts, and i really nead my truck.
I already have a pyro, turbo pressure and trans temp meters and a sct livewire. The engine is complete stock, but i want to make it reliable again. So i would replace the hpop and al the hpo sealings, do egr delete etc.

My question is: am i going the right way, do you guess have sugestions?
And can you help me out with making the right parts list so i can repare my truck asap without waiting on missing parts.
I was looking at a stock HPOP, a 03-04 update kit from MKMcustoms and a egr delete. i am know looking for the right part no for orings an sealings etc.

Thanks a Lot
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Old 10-14-2013, 08:50 AM
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Why not do an aftermarket HPOP?
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Why not do an aftermarket HPOP?
I think that wat i meant, i will not buy any kind of upgraded pump
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It should start with what you posted; however, if that is the highest pressure you saw, then you have a leak or weak pump. Rather than ordering and changing parts on spec, you may not order the the correct part you need, do the test first. It is not difficult to test the hpo system with air, nor does it require special parts thzt are hard to get.
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