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Old 10-26-2013, 06:17 PM
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wont start when cold and misses at operating temp

i have a 05 6.0 it wont start when its cold after it starts and get to operating temp it starts fine but has a pretty noticable stall when i try to accelerate ran a diagostic and got codes for injector circut low on cylinders 1-8, contribution/balance fault on cylinder 4, fuel module control perf I'm thinking its the ficm but not sure has anyone had this problem before
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Old 10-26-2013, 06:39 PM
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Are ficm volts Good?
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Old 10-26-2013, 06:47 PM
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i tested it koeo 48v cranking 48v and at idle it dropped to 25v turned it off let it sit overnight now it wont start
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i tested it koeo 48v cranking 48v and at idle it dropped to 25v turned it off let it sit overnight now it wont start
It needs to be repaired.
I used ed @ ficmrepair.com..great service and very fast.
You won't be disappointed
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might as well load test your batteries and check your alternators volts.
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i had the batteries and alternator tested today both have been replaced in the past three months and are still good i was thinking it was the ficm just wanted any other opinions before i bought that expensive thing
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as for the miss during acceleration would the ficm cause that as well
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Yep, it certainly could.
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aewsome thank you very much
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I dont understand how the ficm can cause the no cold starting because after it starts and warms up it will start fine until I let it sit all night and get cold again
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