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post #1 of 5 Old 09-26-2012, 04:34 PM Thread Starter
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I have an 03 my f250 with an 05 hpo manifold and 05 hpo system i dont know about injectors engine was done by some moron who screwed me anyway when he put it together the y pipe to turbo was not mating up so i figured the 05 egr was pushing on the y pipe. I put an egr delete and a a new y pipe did not remove manifold put it all back together checked the wiring now it wont start like no fuel. My scanguauge read low hpo i maxed at 250 i know i need 500 i checked to see if i was getting lpo in the oil filter bowl because the dummy gauge on dash doesnt budge.it fills rite up as soon as the engine is cranked. I checked the wiring harness. Ficm reads out 48 sometime 47.5 flp 11.5 ficmsynk, 1. So i know its hpo but i did not touch anything how is yhis possible any imput would be appreciated
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did you replace your oil cooler also?
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when you installed the intake manifold did you torque the mounting bolts to spec.? try unpluging your icp sensor and see if it will crank and lastly what is your ipr reading? if you are above 50% cranking you have a high pressure oil leak.
if you uplug your icp sensor it should read about 900ish on your icp pressure and 45% on the ipr.
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When idid the egr delete i did not change oil cooler, i did torque manifold to specs but will go back and check everything over to make sure i unplugged icp and it goes up to 1000 psi turning over and ipr is at 74 percent i just got an ipr pigtail and hooked the truck to shop air 100 psi no leaks are heard tried to start truck with ipr commanded shut 100 percent icp only reaches 50 max so i guess i somehow managed to kill hpop is there anyway to just kill them maybe when i was prying in there? I did egr delete without removing the manifold. Thanks for the replies guys i cant wait for her to run again fyi i had a superchips performance tune on that i turned off so truck is back to stock for hpo test.

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So looked at all the wiring and tried everything electrical noticed the starter was having trouble pumping oil starter finally died last night we did not push it but it did changed it and truck wound rite up after a 2 nd extended crank now she fires rite up thanks to anyone who was tryin to help but just took 2 weeks to figure out it was the starter.
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