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Old 01-01-2014, 10:43 AM
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Crank/NO Start

I have a 2005 f350

Started it 2 days ago in the morning and drove it around for half the day. Stopped at my brothers place for an hour and went to leave and it wouldnt start.

Pulled it to a warm shop and started diagnosing, we have checked everything and finally got a snap on scan tool on it. CMP and CKP were open but on memory so we did a fresh scan and they were not on there. Next, we cranked over and read the injection oil pressure was only at 350ish. So now im wondering where to go next, either an HPOP or the IPR valve.

Ideas??
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Old 01-04-2014, 09:55 PM
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HPOP and IPR are possible. Would also check for a leak in the high pressure system prior to replacing parts. Also verify you are getting base engine oil pressure.
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Old 01-04-2014, 11:08 PM
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How would you verify base oil pressure.

I have a thread with same situation and story was fine then wouldn't start.... also have the 350psi on cranking. but my low pressure side is flat after loooong cranks it will come up on the dummy gauge and starts and idles dies occasionally. after 2 or 3 starts its back to flat.

Late 2004 6.0 with IPC on Pass Side. (Still dont know if that means i have a STC fitting or not?)

"OP" will you please post your findings maybe it will point me in the right direction

Thanks and Good Luck
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Old 01-04-2014, 11:57 PM
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I have a truck in the shop right now with almost exact same symptoms. Long story short it had a lifter failure (tow truck with 185k miles) and sent debris through the oil pump. There is a quick connect fitting on the front of the oil cooler base beneath the intake above the front cover. Or you can remove the oil filter and look in the housing while cranking. May be messy.
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Old 01-05-2014, 12:00 AM
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6.0josh-if you have a HPOP cover where the top of the pump protrudes it has a STC. One piece cover does not-not the style that fails anyway.
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Definitely start with verifying that you have low pressure. The 6.0 is well known for having lifter failures because the push rods that originally went into them were too long and caused a lot of stress on the lifters. I see it a lot after someone has taken a higher mileage truck and studded it without replacing the lifters and push rods. If you do have a lifter that failed, you will need to replace the the short block or, depending upon the mileage, you may want to do a long block.
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