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Old 02-08-2012, 09:48 PM
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Hey guys I am lost right now, I obviously have a 6.0 that I'm having some problems with it missing when it gets hot and my edge showing me injector contribution codes. I have tested the hpop system. In the last year I have done a 58v ficm, egr delete, hpop, arp head studs, onyx head gaskets, intake, exhaust, and rebuild the injectors with delo 15w40 every 5k. Any ideas? Truck starts perfect every time, even with it being 20*f but once it gets hot it starts acting up at the stop light but when I go it clears right up and runs good.
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Old 02-09-2012, 09:46 AM
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Are you useing Ford filters a must. Need to switch to a 5w40 Syn oil add some REV-X Oil Additive | Diesel Fuel Additive | High Performance Oil your injectors will like you for it. Do you know you fuel pressure under 45lbs at WOT kills injectors.
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Old 02-09-2012, 09:43 PM
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I will try that thanks for suggestion.
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You could still have a high pressure oil leak. Moniter your IPR percentage to see if the IPR is opening more than normal to keep the truck running at idle. You will need a tool like a Scangauge2 or Edge Insight ETC... IF the IPR is MAXed out to keep the ICP up at idle I would suspect a high Pressure oil leak. Are you Running FORD filters, These are the only ones to use.


Q: What are normal ICP and IPR values ?

A: Cold engine low idle ICP = 806psi IPR 29%

A: Cold engine high idle ICP= 960psi IPR 33%
A: Warm engine low idle ICP= 585psi IPR 24%
A: Warm engine high idle ICP= 735psi IPR 28%
A: If your engine requires a high IRP percentage to get the same or lower ICP you might have an internal high pressure oil leak .
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Old 02-12-2012, 08:39 AM
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I havnt checked the icp, I will check that today thanks for the info on that and no I'm using napa filters. Im also going to do a oil change and put some ford filters in and 5w40 syn. Thanks for the help guys!
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