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post #1 of 7 Old 02-16-2014, 07:35 PM Thread Starter
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No start hpop 0 psi

Hey I loaded a tune into my 05 and started it and almost immediately it died with no start at all just cranks. I have the torque app on my phone I'm getting 0 psi when I crank it, the icr goes from 14 to 80 when I try to crank, so is the hpop actually out or is it possibly something else
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Set it back to stock and then try to start it
Could very well be somthing wrong with the tune.
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I've tried that a few times with no luck
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Unplug your ICP sensor and try it. It probably doesn't have anything to do with the tune if nothing is changing when you go back to stock.

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Unplug your ICP sensor and crank it over.It will set a default psi to start.There are a variety of things that could be causing this.Check the cheaper fixes first.ICP,IPR.If your screen has a hole in it on the IPR something went through it.STC fitting can also cause this if it hasnt been updated.Lots of videos on youtube regarding this crank no start issue and low oil pressure.Search dieseltechron.He's very informative.



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Air test the HPO system and listen for the leak. Juggernaut has a great video of the proper test procedure. I'm betting STC fitting since it's an 05 and has no HPO pressure, but it could be standpipes and/or dummy plugs.

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I built an ICP leak tester for about $25. Best money I ever spent. Saved us days of chasing our tails on my step-son's 05.

I got a 1/4NPT female to M12/1.5 metric adapter at the local Parker store and then a length of airhose with a 1/4NPT on one end to a quick connect on the other. Pressurize with about 100psi and listen for leaks. You will hear the slightest (and I mean slightest) leak at the IPR. That's normal. Any others and you have found where to check.

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