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Old 10-31-2013, 04:07 AM
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HELP! 7 Codes and NO START

Two weeks ago everything was fine until that Friday. The engine would have a prolonged crank before firing. This went on for a couple of days. When I went to try and start it yesterday, it would crank but no fire. I seen the engine light pop on. I got out my scanner and it returned the following codes in this order; U1900, P0299, P0299, P2291, P0234, P0299, P0299. I have never had so many codes at once. The truck is an 07 F350 DRW 4X4 6.0 with 63,000 miles. I paid FORD $3000 for fuel injectors when it was still under the warrenty period. Now I am having these issues. I am at my witts end.
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Well, I don't understand why it shows the p0299 code 4 times which is an under boost code. The p0234 code is an over boost code, neither of which will cause the no start. U1900 is a communication fault. I suppose that could be an issue but not sure. P2291 is the one you need to start investigating. That is a low ICP code while engine is cranking. The ICP has to be a minimum of 500 psi for the engine to start.
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Well, I don't understand why it shows the p0299 code 4 times which is an under boost code. The p0234 code is an over boost code, neither of which will cause the no start. U1900 is a communication fault. I suppose that could be an issue but not sure. P2291 is the one you need to start investigating. That is a low ICP code while engine is cranking. The ICP has to be a minimum of 500 psi for the engine to start.
Ok Thanks for the info. I will have to go get an ICP. Are there any upgraded ones better than a stock one from FORD?
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This weekend, I will be replacing the following items;
1. Replacing the EGR Cooler with an EGR Delete Kit.
2. Upgrading the Turbo Feed Line.
3. Disassembling, cleaning, lubing and reassembling the Turbo.
4. Upgrading the Stem Pipes and Dummy Plugs.
5. Upgrading the Oil Cooler.
6. Upgrading the STC Fitting.
7. Replacing the IPR Screen.
8. Replacing the High Pressure Pump Filter Screen.
9. ICP Sensor
10. Replacing the IPR Switch.
11. Replacing the Air Filter.
12. Replacing the Fuel Filters.
13. Replacing the Oil Filter.

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Have you tried to unplug ICP to see if she'll start? If it does then it would be the ICP. If it doesn't it may be the IPR. Both times my 05 Ex had an ICP fault code it was the IPR.
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Have you tried to unplug ICP to see if she'll start? If it does then it would be the ICP. If it doesn't it may be the IPR. Both times my 05 Ex had an ICP fault code it was the IPR.
Thanks you, Sir. Ok will give that a try first.
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Also, with it being an 07, it should already have the upgraded drain tube.
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Also, with it being an 07, it should already have the upgraded drain tube.
Are you refering to the drain tube on the bottom of the turbo?
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Are you refering to the drain tube on the bottom of the turbo?
Yeah, the turbo drain should already be the updated one.
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Yeah, the turbo drain should already be the updated one.
Do you know of any other upgrades that were done to the 07 model year?
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