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Old 04-09-2012, 03:58 AM
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New Oil Cooler, No Start

I replaced my oil cooler and deleted my egr this weekend and now it does not want to run. This first attempt it halfway attempted to start but now it just turns over. The list of things that we did this weekend are,
-EGR Delete
-New oil cooler and filter housing
-Updated turbo feed and drain tubes
-New ICP sensor

The FICM reads 47-48 volts constant.The ICP went from reading .2 to .3 after a few crank attempts. I know I need roughly .8v for the injectors to fire. The oil gauge on the dash does not budge while cranking either. There are no oil leaks. The only code I have seen was a cam sensor code (p22 something) said the circuit was open, i cleared it and it has not come back but still no start. We checked the harness running to the cam sensor and no problems. Could this be because I did not fill the valley under the oil cooler before I bolted the new one down?
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Old 04-09-2012, 05:29 AM
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Bingo Now yer gonna have to crank awhile until the ai gets worked out of the system.
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Old 04-09-2012, 05:55 AM
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Bingo Now yer gonna have to crank awhile until the ai gets worked out of the system.
How long does it usually take? We cranked on it a decent amount but i guess not enough. How long of a continuous crank is safe for the 6.0?
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10 to 15 seconds at a time. 6.0 starters don't like much heat.
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Battery chargers...other truck with battery jumper cables and cranking time...


Do that a bit and the next thing will be to check the IPR screen...It could have gotten clogged if something got in the oil passage while working on the Oil cooler...common issue with a Crank/no start Problem after working with the oil system
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10 to 15 seconds at a time. 6.0 starters don't like much heat.
I will be easy on it then

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Battery chargers...other truck with battery jumper cables and cranking time...


Do that a bit and the next thing will be to check the IPR screen...It could have gotten clogged if something got in the oil passage while working on the Oil cooler...common issue with a Crank/no start Problem after working with the oil system
So far the batteries seem to be doing ok but I may put them on charge before we go to dinner tonight just incase.

Is the IPR screen the screen that is under the oil cooler or is it in the back in front of the ICP sensor? I replaced the screen under the oil cooler because the old one was definitely broke.
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The screen goes on the TIP of the IPR...Notice how mine was missing (original spare engine)





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your edge should be able to monitor battery volts continuously....


they should NOT be below 13v IIRC or the injectors wont even TRY to fire


When I had this issue my batteries were around 12.5-13v and it WOULD NOT START until i got another truck (only in high idle) and hooked up TWO jumper cables!!!
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The screen goes on the TIP of the IPR...Notice how mine was missing (original spare engine)





I remember seeing the buldge on the drivers side of the cover and thinking to my self, i wonder whats it there... Thats going to be a last resort because those dang up pipes are no fun to take loose.

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your edge should be able to monitor battery volts continuously....


they should NOT be below 13v IIRC or the injectors wont even TRY to fire


When I had this issue my batteries were around 12.5-13v and it WOULD NOT START until i got another truck (only in high idle) and hooked up TWO jumper cables!!!
I didnt even think to monitor the battery volts on my edge

Yeah when these trucks die or are low on battery, it takes a direct line to the power grid almost. Took 8 hours to charge my cousins batteries and a friend of mines took a truck on each battery lol

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Well there is some hope, used the charger for a little bit and it attempts to start and when it tries I see the icp voltage climb to 1.4 for a second so I think I may be ok. In charging the batteries separately and I found a loose positive lead on the passenger side so hopefully with two fully charged batteries and that lead tightened it will run.

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