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Old 07-08-2013, 09:59 AM
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Only 50 pounds of oil pressure will not start

I have a 2096 f350 6.0 the truck will not start check the oil pressure and it has only 50 pounds of pressure someone said I need the hoop I was thinking if I should try something else before I do that please any help would be grey thanks this started because I did the egr delete it started for a few ran rough then quit I was getting a vin mismatch took it to ford they updated and flased the computer but will not start so they checked the oil pressure and it shows only 50 pounds of oil pressure please help
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Old 07-08-2013, 10:03 AM
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Check the IPR valve screen!

99% that after your oil cooler swap you got something in that tiny screen on the ipr valve not allowing oil flow through it causing a no start due to low pressure.


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Since you said that it ran for a few min and then died I'm positive it's your ipr valve... Same thing happens to most of us.

It takes a few minutes for the debris to go from the oil cooler bowl through the engine and into your ipr valve that is screwed into your HPOP that is located under your turbo.


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