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Old 04-09-2012, 07:07 PM
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ANOTHER 6.0 IN A BIND

IVE GOT AN 04 6.0. STARTED ACTING LIKE IT WAS RUNNING OUT OF FUEL. THEN THRU A CODE FOR A BAD ICP. SO I CHANGED IT. IT RAN GOOD FOR ABOUT 30 MIN THEN THE SAME THING ACTING LIKE IT WAS RUNNING OUT OF FUEL. THEN IT STARTED THROWING A #1 INJECTOR CONTRIBUTION BALANCE CODE. SO I CHANGED THE #1 INJECTOR. RAN BETTER FOR A BIT. BUT KEPT ACTING UP. SO I CHECKED THE VOLTAGE ON THE FICM. IT SHOWED LOW VOLTAGE WHILE CRANKING AND RUNNING. SO I REPLACED THE FICM AND HAD THE COMPUTER REFLASHED. THE TRUCK RAN AWESOME FOR 45 MIN OR SO AND STARTED ACTING LIKE IT WAS RUNNING OUT OF FUEL AGAIN. NOW ITS THROWING A CONTRIBUTION BALANCE ON THE #2 AND #3 INJECTOR WHICH ARE P0266 &P0269. AND THEN IT STARTS THROWING A P0603 AND P1000 CODE. ANYONE GOT ANY IDEAS??????? ANY HELP WOULD BE GREATFULLY APPRECIATED
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Old 04-11-2012, 11:23 AM
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My truck did the same thing a few months ago. It ended up being the fuel pump. The fuel pump sits on the drivers side frame rail. I got a used pump for $50 off of car-parts from a place in N.C. The truck has run fine since I installed the new fuel pump.
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Old 04-11-2012, 12:49 PM
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When we change thoes filters on the frame its always a good idea to spray some cleaner in there to get all the crap out then a lil blast of air and your good to go. also seen lots of junk come out when you drain water out of the housing.
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Old 04-11-2012, 06:15 PM
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i'll bump for ya. I think most of us are leary of guys that post in all caps, or refuse to use punctuation. welcome.
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Old 04-11-2012, 07:02 PM
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The truck is now fixed. Sorry that I offended you southend!!! It wound up being the the being the fuel filter-screen on the dip tube on the sendinding unit in the fuel tank. That filter-screen had hardened and broke apart, and stopped up the fuel line with the broken fragments of the filter-screen housing. A $40.00 part!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! That after several attemps by larger shops and by a few dealerships i wound up taking the truck to a small POP AND SON SHOP. And they resorted to basic mechanics and quit depending on a computer. Im greatful for all assistance that was given. EVEN THE BUMP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Old 04-11-2012, 07:14 PM
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good deal. no offense taken, i was just . i have a 96 7.3 that did the same exact thing at 262K. I'm surprised your year model did the same thing. thanks for posting the resolution, that helps us all.
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Old 04-11-2012, 07:21 PM
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The bad thing is I only have 109,607 miles on the the truck.
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