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Old 09-19-2013, 04:36 PM
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2006 ford f350 with a no start

I have been working on this truck for a week now I have put in a hoop a new egr a new set of dummy plugs and a regular oil pump What else's can it be
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Check for any codes. Get a monitor on there to see what your icp and ipr values are. Are you getting any oil pressure on the gauge while cranking? How is the ficm voltage? Make sure all three connectors are fully seated on the ficm. Hell, a bad ground can cause a no start.
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Old 09-19-2013, 04:50 PM
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There are no codes ficm is at 48 but I am not getting oil to the injector rails
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Sometimes you have to crank like crazy on it to get the air out of the system. Mine took forever and eventually it fired after I disconnected the icp sensor and ran it for a bit.
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Old 09-19-2013, 05:05 PM
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What about the oil not coming up to Injector rail
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Old 09-19-2013, 05:15 PM
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It gets there by cranking. The hpop sends it there. You have to get the air out of the system (by cranking). Mine killed two sets of batteries cranking on it. You have to just hold the key for a really long time (30 seconds is a long time to turn it over). Let the starter cool and do it again. It will fire up eventually. After we do head gaskets on a truck and go for a crank, the engine just sounds like it jas no compression. Once the oil fills the rails it will fire off.
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Make sure you are building low oil pressure before trying to chase a high pressure issue.
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