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Old 07-09-2013, 05:50 AM
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Lopey idle problem

For the past few days it sounds like i have a bad lope like a dead or sticking injector. This is what im seeing...

Ive got 60 psi fuel pressure (goes right up when key on and stays there)
icp des is 4.4
Icp actual is 4.39-4.41
Ipr is .23
No codes at all even though its shaking the truck and should be throwing a balance or contribution code. Where should I go from here? I dont want to spend 195 dollars for diesel diagnostics from the local dealer. Do i have to invest in AE?
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Old 07-09-2013, 06:13 AM
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For the past few days it sounds like i have a bad lope like a dead or sticking injector. This is what im seeing...

Ive got 60 psi fuel pressure (goes right up when key on and stays there)
icp des is 4.4
Icp actual is 4.39-4.41
Ipr is .23
No codes at all even though its shaking the truck and should be throwing a balance or contribution code. Where should I go from here? I dont want to spend 195 dollars for diesel diagnostics from the local dealer. Do i have to invest in AE?
Thanks!


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take a multimeter and check the voltage off of your FICM and see if thats whats screwing you up.. invest in AE anyway X-D and how does your truck behave when driven?
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Old 07-09-2013, 06:25 AM
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I checked ficm 6 months ago, its a reman 4 screw 05' + thats was time stamped 2010 probably time to check that again tho.
Has a turbo overboost/ compressor surge problem but no codes for that either.. Other then that drives fine. Had two injector contribution codes 8 months ago revx cleared that up


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Old 07-09-2013, 06:27 AM
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Thanks for help, it also starts really slow My optima starting batteries check out fine


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Old 07-11-2013, 07:29 AM
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Ficm is 47 starting and 48.5 running


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Now my secondary billet aluminum fuel filter cap is puking from the threads!! Someone help pleasseee


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