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post #1 of 2 Old 07-19-2013, 06:47 AM Thread Starter
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05 6.0 Rough Start then died

I have a 05 6.0L, 4" Exhuast, QT Looney Tune, Edge CTS.

Left for work this morning, grabbed breakfest, turned the truck off, went to start it back up and it had a rough start then died. The ICP PSI was around 250-300, NO CEL at all during any of this.
Spent some time checking on things(30mins), took the tune off, tried to start the truck with it's stock programming and it turned over a little rough and then evened out. Ran home, put the QT Looney tune back on and started the truck without an issue. Drove to work, turned the truck off and started it again, since it was now hot and it turned over.
I hate to take it in to the shop with it now showing any signs.

Hoping someone can help!

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Seems like you got a high pressure oil leak somewhere, my guess would be STC fitting if your truck has one, or stand pipe/dummy plugs seals are worn.

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