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post #1 of 11 Old 10-06-2008, 08:49 AM Thread Starter
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Can some one tell me if they ever had this problem?? I have a 2004 F-450SD 6.0l, I have been having this problem for about 3mths. Won't start just cranks over.... took it in and they put a camshaft sensor in and away you go.... a month later same thing....another month later....What would cause it to keep having the cam sensor go like that????
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Sounds like you have an engine harness issue? Does the vehicle stall randomly? 2004 model years were prone to this type of issue. Do you have an EARLY 2004 or LATE 2004? Do you mind posting your VIN?

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ill agree , 04 model will have a chaffed wire possibly near the ficm, but will throw out a p2614 cam sensor code , but it needs to be disregarded, cam sensor dont give problems on a 6.0

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They tell me it is an early 04, late 03 motor
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They tell me it is an early 04, late 03 motor
any truck from 03 to late 04 had wiring issues

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Is the ICP sensor located under the turbo, or is it located on the passenger side valve cover? Who's "they"? The dealer? And yes, if you get P2614 and P2617, ignore them. Those codes only set as a result of the engine stalling.

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The Garage where i get it fixed told me that it was an early 04, Last time it was in they didn't even scan it they crawled under it through a sensor in it and it fired up right away.I'm going to go look over the harness again and will reply later
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look around the harness at the front of the drivers side valve cover , and also, under neath the ficm, the harness will rub the valve cover there

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I just went out and crawled under it iand pulled lightly on the harness that connects to the sensor and it fired up right away..... so maybe thats it? I will go and try to find were you are talking about rubbing through...I will reply soon
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The cam and crank sensor circuits are ground-shielded, and can't be repaired or overlayed. If there is a problem in either circuit, the entire main engine harness needs to be replaced. For your information, the complete engine harness assembly is priced out at between $240.00 to $243.00 RETAIL from Ford, depending on the one needed to suit your particular application. With that in mind, you are only wasting your time and labour to look for the problem area. If you would like the part number for the correct harness for your truck, you can either post your VIN, or PM me with that information if you are uncomfortable posting it publicly.

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