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Old 02-12-2014, 03:06 PM
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07 6.0 no start please help

hey hows it going i have a 2007 ford f250 it started having hot start problems for about a week until one day it turned into a no start after days of searching all these forums i found out it could be dummy plugs went to ford got the part finally had time to do it and the passenger side plug was shot put new ones in and she started right up and ran fine drove it for about and hour or so came home shut it off and now it wont start at all found out when i did my oil change the day before it broke down the first time i seen the filter i got was shorter then the last one went out and bought a new filter and she still wont start one thing i notice was before i wasnt getting a reading on my oil gauge while cranking now that i put the new filter in i get a reading but just no start any help would be appreciative i dont understand how it ran fine after the new dummy plugs but now it wont start
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What about the stand-pipes or STC fitting? You probably need to do an air test, but using a monitor first is the smart choice.
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What about the stand-pipes or STC fitting? You probably need to do an air test, but using a monitor first is the smart choice.
i replaced the stand pipes too i mean it ran perfectly fine after i replaced them as of now i dont have a scanner but im in the mists of buying a scan gauge
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You are having a high pressure oil leak somewhere. Or your HPOP took a crap. Try unplugging your icp sensor and see if it will start.

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You are having a high pressure oil leak somewhere. Or your HPOP took a crap. Try unplugging your icp sensor and see if it will start.

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I tried unplugging it and it still didn't start I'm leaning towards the ipr I hope it's not a pump or I'm gonna have to work the corner to come with 1000 bucks for it
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What about the stand-pipes or STC fitting? You probably need to do an air test, but using a monitor first is the smart choice.
Frank got it right. Monitor and air test the HPO system. Most likely it's the STC fitting on the HPOP itself. These pumps very rarely fail. Fitting is a $60 fix.
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Old 02-13-2014, 11:30 AM
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Frank got it right. Monitor and air test the HPO system. Most likely it's the STC fitting on the HPOP itself. These pumps very rarely fail. Fitting is a $60 fix.
+1, My buddy just did his Stand-pipes and Dummy plugs and it lasted about a week before the STC fitting let go. I guess it was just the next weakest link in the system.
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I have my IPR valve out... truck cranks but no start .... i can blow threw the IPR with out it plugged in but pluck it in and key in on position i cant blow threw it... Do that mean its working? Can anyone help thanks
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