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Old 12-28-2013, 12:38 PM
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I have a 05 that i just finished doing studs, gaskets, hpop, icp, ipr, stand pipes, dummy plugs the whole nine yards. I started this all with a no start so figured while I was in there im only doing it once. Found dummy plugs to have the oring almost completely gone. Finished the studs now it still has a ling crank any help please? Should i be looking into low pressure side of oil system? thanks
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Old 12-28-2013, 12:49 PM
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Did you fill the hpop reservoir before closing it up?
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Old 12-28-2013, 06:08 PM
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Yes I did made sure it was completely full along with filter housing
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How long are you turning the key? Do you have a monitor that can read icp? Get you a battery charger and hook it up to one of the batteries, then turn the key for at least 15 seconds then wait a minute and repeat until she fires. If you did everything you said you did then the truck has to build pressure like 500 icp before the injectors will fire.
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Do you get her fired up yet? Keep us posted. Maybe you can find a local member in mass. to help you out. Idk if you have checked out the stickies under the 6.0 discussion but if not there is good info on how to monitor and a no start thread.


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Old 12-29-2013, 12:56 PM
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I get it to fire after about 5-10 seconds runs fine once fired up just irritating that's the whole reason I pulled it apart in the first place. It has between 25-50 icp pressure for the first few seconds then jumps right up to 550 and fires right up. Almost like there's air or something in the system
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Old 12-29-2013, 03:02 PM
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How long have you run it since your fix? Assuming you have no other installation error, it sounds like your new IPR may be sticking. You wouldn't be the first one to have some dirt or contamination cause IPR issues.
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Old 12-29-2013, 04:22 PM
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hey guys i just bout a 2005 f250 and it will not start, i have scan gauge 2 connected to it and while cranking engine the ICP is 1100-1400psi, IPR% is 35-50, FICM test good have 4 prong FICM tested with volt meter on prong closest to driver side and had 48 Volts during injector clatter and while cranking and scan gauge says 47-48 V while cranking. FICM is syncing also. So no hpop issue or icp issue. did find the MAT(manifold air temp.) on the scan gauge reading -40 when unpluged sensor it went to 419, thought mabey it should be close to ambient temp. when engine hasent ran for a long while. could this be my problem for not cranking? while engine is spinning over little whitish gray smoke is coming out of tailpipe. any ideas? thanks.
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