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Old 03-16-2014, 04:45 PM
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Exclamation 2004 F250 Rough like crap PLEASE HELP

2 weeks ago while driving the truck I noticed that I did not sound right.
I stopped at the gas station and shut the truck off and started it again.
It ran like it had a stroker motor in it.lol

I came home and did some research and looked on here and a lot of what I read was leading towards the FICM..
I tested the FICM and the numbers were not where they were supposed to be..

I sent it out and had it repaired, after getting it back the truck still ran like crap.

I hooked up my scan tool and came up with 0 codes which I thought was a little strange.

I ran the code reader on my SCT Tuner and pulled three codes

P0262
P0403
P0405

The EGR has been deleted off the truck FYI

Can u guys out there please help me to get my truck back.
Thanks
Matt
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Old 03-16-2014, 04:59 PM
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prolly failed injector(s). Fuel pressure below 45ish psi is rough on injectors. I always run a fuel pressure test when an injector fails to avoid repeat repairs. 6.0's rarely ever throw a code for failed injectors
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prolly failed injector(s). Fuel pressure below 45ish psi is rough on injectors. I always run a fuel pressure test when an injector fails to avoid repeat repairs. 6.0's rarely ever throw a code for failed injectors
How exactly do I run that test for the fuel pressure.
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You can either tee a gauge into the fuel pump on the framerail, or use the 6mm allen port on the secondary fuel filter housing. Test fuel pressure at WOT while driving. The secondary fuel filter tap is a metric thread and most kits dont carry it, I made my fitting from a peice out of my oil pressure test kit.

10-20% of the ones I test have low fuel pressure, and most of that have a whiney fuel pump
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You can either tee a gauge into the fuel pump on the framerail, or use the 6mm allen port on the secondary fuel filter housing. Test fuel pressure at WOT while driving. The secondary fuel filter tap is a metric thread and most kits dont carry it, I made my fitting from a peice out of my oil pressure test kit.

10-20% of the ones I test have low fuel pressure, and most of that have a whiney fuel pump
Thanks
I will give this a try and see what I come up with when I get the time
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Trouble Code P0262 Cylinder 1 Injector Circuit High

just found you this write up for the P0262 code.. hope it helps.
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FICM likely killed that injector, but do test the fuel pressure like scumbag said.
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Well finally got the truck back on the road..
After doing the fuel pressure test and it was with in spec i still went ahead and did the blue spring upgrade along with changing the IPR sensor.. Didnt help.

Picked up a new injector and installed it and the problem was resolved minus the fast that i broke the nipple off of my MAP sensor but the local NAPA was able to get me one the same day..

Thanks for all the input and glad to be back on the road again.
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Good to hear you got it. Thanks for the update.
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