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Old 06-17-2013, 04:51 PM
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Some questions about 04 6.0

Hey guys just got a 04 bought it not running as it turns out someone put gas in it. I have drained the gas and flushed the gas out ficm is good I have good oil and fuel pressure buzz test is good in all 8 so I'm gonna say I need new injectors! Any suggestions would it be ok to get some bigger ones I don't no truck has 190k on it I found a good deal on a set that are 190 cc but I'm thinking that's a little much on a pretty much stock truck otherwise! Please help your input would be appreciated and if anyone has a set of injectors cheap I may be interested thanks again in advance for your time!!


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will it not start? has a miss at idle, or certain throttle positions or? " not running" is a little vague if you need the right way to go.
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Yep, why do you think you need injectors? And 190's are too big for a stock motor IMO.
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Yes it don't run at all and my buddy checked it and said it needs injectors but That's why I asked because I'm just not sure


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Old 06-18-2013, 06:34 AM
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I figured 190 was to big


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I would bet my next paychexk on the sticks not fixing the no start issue. At least once a month I get to do a fuel system drain and flush because someone put gas in their diesel. You said the ficm is good and all 8 pass buzz so I would lean more to hpo at this point. Especially if it will not fire even one of the cylinders while cranking. The ods that all 8 failed at the same time is almost impossible. Look at your icp pressure and volts while cranking and get back to us.

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What he said. ^^^
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there are a few good threads on diagnosing the High-pressure oil pump and system (HPOP) I believe you need at least 500 psi oil pressure to just start these beast and hpop problems are pretty common on these too.

you'll need a god guage set up I think the edge cts or cs or a scanguage will do most of the work for ya.

look into the ICP and IPR valve/ sensors too they can cause no start and help diagnose it further.
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Awesome info guys I will check into it a little further before I buy injectors thank you all!!


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Old 06-24-2013, 06:47 AM
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Well it ended up being the injectors truck runs great


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