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Old 01-17-2013, 01:13 PM
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Head gaskets... now no start

Just finished getting my truck back together after ARPs,OEM head gaskets,stand pipes, dummy plugs,stc fitting,gutted intake manifold with egr delete, mbrp 4" no cat,BPD oil cooler and by-pass and cts. You guys on this site gave me the confidence to tackle this and it was not that tough to do. I have been through twenty start cycles. still no start. The cts shows code P1000: OBD systems readiness test not complete, P0403: EGR control circuit, P0405: EGR sensor A circuit low. Any ideas or advice would be appreciated. Thanks,Ray
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how long are you letting it crank over on each cycle?
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Until the batteries start to lag, probably twenty seconds.
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Did you double check all your wiring and plug in etc....
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I have, but I'm going to do it again. It seems to be cranking faster than normal. Could that point to anything?
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I have heard of it taking forever to get enough air out of the hpo system for it to finally fire off. keep on crankin
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It should fire after 15mins, don't crank your truck for more then 15-20 seconds or you'll burn up your starter. Also does your CTS show icp ? If so pull that up and view pressures during cranking. Needs 500psi IIRC to fire so crank after a few cranks, crank it till it hits that mark.
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Re: Head gaskets... now no start

Like mentioned above you need to build at least 500 icp pressure before she will fire. If you can monitor the icp and are not building no pressure. You probably have a high pressure oil leak. I'm not questioning your mechanical ability but did you put the stand pipes in the rear of the oil rail. If those are swaped with the dummy plugs she won't build any pressure. They have to be to rear of the engine. I'm speaking from experience. I put them in backwards and one of the tech's on the org. helped me out. You also need to put a charger on the batteries while starting.

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Old 01-17-2013, 07:33 PM
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Yes I put dummies in front holes. Just checked icp pid and it didn't break 50. Batteries are about dead. Have them charging now. Thank You
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I did the updated hpop fitting, injector orings,new standpipes and dummies. I didnt know you could get injector to oilrail seals until tonight.
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