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post #1 of 11 Old 12-29-2010, 04:54 PM Thread Starter
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Truck died and wont restart.

its an 05 has an egr delete and ford put a new radiator and a FICM in it like 3 days ago. I drove it 65 miles picked up a trailer pulled it back spun my tires on the ice in my drive way and it just shut off, The truck was running awesome the whole way there and back. I'm stumped at the moment any help would be greatly appreciated.
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What happened when you tried to restart it?

2003 F-250 CC 4x4 SB 6.0
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it just cranks over. there is nothing leaking in the snow.
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This might help.

Troubleshooting a No-Start condition

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2003 F-250 CC 4x4 SB 6.0
Custom 03 Turbo, WPE Intake,
HD 97 Fan Clutch, MBRP Y Pipe,
Scangauge II Rancho 9000XL,
BFG 285/75 R16, Galaxy 94HP
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Thanks man, ill check it out.
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where do i find this stc fitting?
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its attached to the hpop, behind the turbo under a cover inside the engine. testing it involves hooking up air to the icp port, actuating the ipr, and listening for air leaks.

if you have some diagnostic software a high ipr reading will also point to a hpo leak.
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dangit taking the turbo out of this thing is by far my least favorite thing to do.
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thanks for the help im gonna look into it more tomorrow.
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