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Old 11-04-2013, 09:13 AM
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NEED HELP!! TRUCK SHUTS OFF!! WONT START

hello i am new to my diesel. i have a 2006 ford f350 4x4 with 286,000 miles. it has a rebuilt tranny and new injectors the previous owner said. i can be driving it and it will drive fine then all of a sudden it will loose power and rpm jumps funny and i have no gas pedal then batttery light comes on and truck dies. i have had my mechanic check it out and my ficm was 47-48 and ipc was fine and ipr we replaced it had a littel bit of rubber debree it looked like. if i leave truck over night and sit in the morning i can charge batteries and it starts up.But then b4 that truck wont start just crank ... there dead because of me trying to start it b4. i also replaced alternator. my mechanic thinks it could be a hpop, i just wanna get it fixed . there is no check engine light on or codes. please any help!!!
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Old 11-14-2013, 09:30 PM
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Usually a failing HPOP will eventually get weaker and weaker, not just all of the sudden stop working and then start pumping oil again. I'd look at the wiring harness on the engine. There is several chaffing locating that are known to cause strange issues with the injectors. Here is a link with pictures...

http://www.thedieselgarage.com/forum...6&d=1201892575
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^^ i've seen a couple of posts like this from him.

OP have you checked injectors ficm icp? and do you have a way to monitor those yourself? have you checked your batteries and checked the alternator cables grounds? sorry i know run on but trying to type fast... sounds like you're having an electrical issue.....
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