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6.0 Direct injection, good crank, wont start?

New member, need some help! 2006 Turbo Direct Injection, was Idleing fine and then a small hic-up and idle continued for about 15 seconds! I thought this was a little strange so I turned off the truck. About 20 minutes later tryed starting, good crank-- no fire? Battery post were a little corroaded so I clean them charged battery, I have 13 volts on my meter. Tryed starting and again no fire. Any suggestions or help would be appreciated.

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Call me an idiot but what do you mean by direct injection?

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All engines that inject fuel straight to the chamber are direct injection. first thing I would look for is your hpop fitting being broke the 05 and up are known for that. the next thing i would look for is the ipr either goin bad or getting junk in it. that fitting is located directly below your turbo under the hpop cover. the ipr is located on the side of the housing. a few of my thoughts...
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Right on!!!! Thanks for the suggestions, I do appreciate it. I will take a look!!!

Diesels and direct fuel injection
Virtually all diesel engines use direct fuel injection. However, because diesels use a different process to combust their fuel (gasoline engines compress a mixture of gasoline and air and ignite it with a spark; diesels compress air only, then spray in fuel which is ignited by the heat and pressure), their injection systems differ in design and operation from gasoline direct fuel injection systems.

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