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post #1 of 6 Old 04-21-2009, 08:38 PM Thread Starter
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No starting help meee

Ok im new to diesel trucks so bare with me i just bought a 2004 f-350 6.0 and i bought it last friday. and already i have a problem it started saturday morning. And has progressivly gotten worse.

anyways it doesnt start at all it tries but it acts like it has no fuel at all but i hear the fuel pump priming any ideas I know motors very well i build drift cars for people. so Im not dumb in that area. replaced both batteries i can post video if need be to help with problem ?

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sounds like HPOP. The fuel injectors in these trucks are fired off of high pressure oil from the High Pressure Oil Pump. There is a fitting inside the pump that can break, there is an updated part to cure the problem. Do you have any warranty left?

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There is a fitting inside the pump that can break, there is an updated part to cure the problem. Do you have any warranty left?
The update you speak of, only applies to 2005 to 2007 model years that use a different style high pressure oil pump than 2003 to 2004 model years.

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anyways it doesnt start at all it tries but it acts like it has no fuel at all but i hear the fuel pump priming any ideas I know motors very well i build drift cars for people. so Im not dumb in that area. replaced both batteries i can post video if need be to help with problem ?
By what you describe, it sounds like you've almost eliminated fuel pressure and engine cranking RPM as potential causes. To diagnose this properly, you're going to need a scan tool that can retrieve DTCs and monitor live data to see what's missing that prevents your vehicle from starting. There are many possible causes, too numerous to list here.

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Same thing happened to my 06 and the dealership told me it was the high pressure oil line. It's in the shop right now getting worked on. I'm a little ticked because they had it for two days, told me it was fixed and when I went to pick it up, it wouldn't start again. The tech got it running after cranking it for about 30 seconds and then it stalled. Needless to say, they're still working on it.
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Ha ha wow i wouldnt have bought this thing if i know it was going to have so many problems i mean i love ford ive had alot of trucks and mustangs but this is my first diesel funny thing is that it started fine this morning then about noon the same problem its still at my work so idk what to do. Im confused if it wouldnt work at all till all of a sudden it works then back to not working couple hours later idk.
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I'm very lucky mine is still under warranty. It's been in the shop for four days now. I'm hoping they'll have it done by tomorrow.
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