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Old 04-29-2013, 08:23 PM
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Help 2614 2617 no start

Ok I've had problems with my 04 6.0 starting the last couple days. At first wouldn't start at all then I got it started after a lot of cranking and it ran fine. Then next time I started it immediately died and did so a few times until I kept foot on gas for a minute then it would finally idle. Also has a miss fire in cylinder six. Codes for that are injector high injector low and contribution balance. The 2614 and 2617 are for the cam and crank position sensors. Truck doesn't have near the usual power. Is this due to those sensors? Also everything else tested good ficm tested good and icp reads good and ipr. Also hpop and oil pressure are good. Thoughts? Thanks a lot!!!!!!
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I threw contribution on #5 cylinder and had to replace that injector. Consider buzz testing injectors, check harness for chaffing. This is what I did to track down my contribution code. As far as crank/cam sensors...you threw these DTC's for excessive cranking. Once you get her fired up again, clear DTC's and they should go away.
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So the no start could be because of injector?
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Seems to be that when truck gets cold it won't start but while its hot it fires right up
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Old 04-30-2013, 01:33 AM
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One bad injector shouldn't keep your truck from starting. When you try and start your truck, does your FICM drop below 45V? Check your batteries as well, may want to get them load tested. If those check out, I would be at par to say stiction. Does she start and run now?
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Ficm doesn't drop below 48 volts. She starts after alot of cranking until its warmed up then it fires right up. Should my tach move while cranking? Because it does not. I will get batteries tested ASAP
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Had it in scanner at local diesel shop and had injectors tested and that's what they got was injector 6 high and low
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My tach doesn't move either until she fires up. I'm still leaning towards FICM/electrical issue. When she starts and run, does she miss?
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Had it in scanner at local diesel shop and had injectors tested and that's what they got was injector 6 high and low
When you say high/low are you reading high circuit/low circuit? If so, this should lead to an electrical/FICM issue. Have a look at this thread:

Cylinder 6 contribution

If you know anyone else with a known good FICM, swap it and see if that works. It also could be a bad harness...

Let us know what you think.
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Old 04-30-2013, 04:15 AM
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Yeah it's got a miss I just figured that was due to injector 6 sticking. Could that be ficm issue?
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