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Old 11-25-2010, 08:53 AM
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I have a 2005 superduty 6.0, 4x4 and it wouldnt crank the other morning, came up with a crankshaft position code so I replaced it. now it cranks and cranks and cranks some more but will not turn over. has a p1378 unknown error code, will try rolling over with starting fluid , fuel is in the top mounted fuel filter but seems like it isnt getting into the cylinders, please any ideas would be greatly helpful, email is keithstang96@yahoo or of course on here , thank you all and happy thanksgiving
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Old 11-25-2010, 08:55 AM
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cam shaft sensor, thats what lets it crank an crank but wont ever turn over, least thats what it was in my truck
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ok thank you ill try that next
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good luck, hope it all works out
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Don't use ether in that engine.
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