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Old 01-19-2014, 02:11 PM
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Another 6.0 HPO problem

Alright you 6 liter experts. Need some advice. Just driving my truck onto the highway, went to merge onto the highway and the truck lost power. Wouldn't get going so I pulled over into the break down lane and it died. Now no start.

I am assuming a high pressure oil leak. ICP only gets to about 380 psi when cranking. Tried unplugging the sensor and cranking and still no cigar. Weird thing was that according to my CTS my injector pulse width was 3.00 when it lost power. I did all the updates when I had it apart for studs. Stand pipes, dummy plugs, all that good stuff. Not throwing any codes. FICM voltage is all good.

It's the truck in my sig, late 04. What're you guys thinking. I know there's a million threads on this just looking for some specific info pertaining to the info I have.


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Did you pull the IPR out and check for missing or damaged screen?


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Did you pull the IPR out and check for missing or damaged screen?


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Just got it in the shop. It started up once I got it off the tow truck, ran like crap and eventually died when it warmed up a little bit. But I did take the opportunity to take a picture of a few parameters on my cts. It died shortly after taking the picture




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At idle the IPR should not exceed 30%, yours is showing 85% which is either stuck at full close or being commanded to full close because of a HPO leak.

Your ICP is 596 and is normal at idle, but if you have a HPO leak, the IPR is closing to 85% to keep the ICP pressure up.

Do a air leak test to check for HPO leak. Sounds like you have the "no start when hot" symptoms.




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Can someone point me in the direction of dales hpop air test? I can't find the thread for the life of me.


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Hooked shop air up to the ICP and commanded the ipr open and closed. Didn't head any leaks. Heard a gurgling from the oil filter.


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Gurgle from oil filter sounds like HPOP fail.

DIAGNOSING A 6.0L HIGH PRESSURE PUMP!


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Pulled the pump last night. No torn screen on the ipr no much crap on it at all either. Decided to pull the pump apart because I got curious, didn't see any major failures, little but of gouging on the inside of the case at the bottom but that's about it. Plan on throwing my other pump in there today and hoping that will fix it.


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