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Old 11-21-2010, 11:52 AM
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rough idle and died?

Ihave a 05 F250 powerstroke with new heads, injecters and injecters sleaves all was done 8 mounths ago and truck was running great. i was driving truck and it lost all power and had a what i would call a bad miss, all gauges read well but there was no power and it died and won't start, but does turn over.

any ideas would be great thanks.
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Old 11-21-2010, 12:04 PM
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I'm having a similar problem. It will start cold and run for about 2 minutes and then start to lope and miss and then shut down. I have brand new injectors, turbo, HPOP, IPR, heads, fuel pump, and head gaskets. My fuel pressure is a constant 55-60 psi and no codes. I have no idea whats wrong with it.
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Old 11-21-2010, 12:12 PM
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my truck wont start it justs turn over
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Old 11-21-2010, 12:36 PM
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Unhappy truck dying

Hi

I have an F250 outlaw diesel 6.0L .About a year ago my truck was dying randomly it would be fine then whenever it felt like it would just die. Took it to the shop they could not find anything wrong. On my third visit while it was happening I had the mechanic monitor my computer. He saw no issues yet we were stranded up the road.

They were blaming the HPOP, wrong motor oil,injectors, computer, bad fuel etc.

After a while I had figured out that when it stalled all I had to do was wait until the fuel pump would fully pressurize then it would run for approx 4 Kms. And when you really listened you could hear the pump struggle to build pressure(try that). I suggested he change out the pump, he did and my trouble went away.

Now a year later 15000Kms my truck is doing the same thing. I don't know but it almost seams like its directly related to the weather getting colder. I suspect the pump is burning out because its trying harder to build pressure maybe the fuel is getting thicker?

I couldn't help but wonder as I sit stalled on the road side and watch another F250 being pulled to the shop if this is a problem everyone is having?
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Old 11-21-2010, 12:40 PM
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thanks, is there a way to check fuel presure?
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thanks, is there a way to check fuel presure?
A fuel pressure gauge or if you have a programmer that can do a data log you can try that but I doubt that would work.
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F.Y.I. Had the fuel pump changed again after last post, been fine ever since. I now run anti-gelling additives in my fuel no matter what.
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