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Old 12-31-2012, 06:49 AM
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I tried searching and couldn't find exactly what I was looking for. First off This is my dads truck and he's to stubborn and cheap to buy a scanner. Anyways truck wouldn't start cold. Llc the starter trying to start it. Pulled the codes and showed a nab glow plug module. Replaced that, got him to put in some t6 with hot shot secrets. Replaced fuel filters. It cranked and run for so minute then died, guess once the glow plugs shut off. Now it won't start, acts like it wants to fire but won't run. I checked the ficm voltage and it tested perfect. Mind you he doesn't change the oil like he should and it has always been extremely cold natured. I'm thinking the injectors are just so gummed up that it just needs to run and with the t6 and hot shots it'll clean it up some. Icp and pigtail was replace about a year and half ago. I'm all out of ideas, what yall think?

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Old 12-31-2012, 07:07 AM
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How did you test the FICM voltage?
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Old 12-31-2012, 09:08 AM
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Taking the cover off the top and using my meter. tested 47.6 not running, 48 while cranking. Perfect.

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Old 12-31-2012, 09:13 AM
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Next thing is gonna be to check HPO system. You have a scan tool where you can monitor ICP and IPR?
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I think his dads irregular oil maintenance is gonna have a lot to do with this. 6.0's are very picky about oil condition.
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I think his dads irregular oil maintenance is gonna have a lot to do with this. 6.0's are very picky about oil condition.
, but I doubt it's injectors. I'm gonna say with it being an 03, there is a very high possibility of HPOP failure.
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Old 12-31-2012, 11:43 AM
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If a hpop failure, why would it have cranked and run for a minute. Any way to check the hpop without a scan tool, like I said he's to stubborn and cheap to buy one. Was thinking about getting the obd2 adapter and get the torque app on my phone. If I have to guess I will a little sooner than I planned.

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I'm not sure what all that Torque App will show. Try unplugging the ICP sensor and seeing if it will start. With it being an 03, it's kind of a PITA to get to since it's under the turbo. Should also check fuel pressure. If pressure is good and it doesn't start with ICP disconnected then it's either a HPO leak or IPR valve issue.
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Old 12-31-2012, 11:55 AM
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How many miles on the truck?
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Neighborhood of 160000. The ipr valve was replaced about year and half ago. The valve is the one under the turbo, coming out of the hpop housing. or is that just the sensor? that and the pigtail was replaced then,I did it, it had the surging problem then. I that the valve or just the sensor. That was always a little un clear to me.

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