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Old 01-08-2009, 12:09 PM
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6.0 ipr valve, 2005

this looks like a kjsdfgiu to change, i can barely see that thing, part will be here tommorow, any advice on changing it, or tricks to getting at it?
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Old 01-08-2009, 01:24 PM
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theres gotta be somebody that has changed one? please help, i wud take it to dealer but my has hot my pockets empty
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what is the reason for changing it , there is a reason, may not need to be replaced
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ford dealer had it in yesterday, changed fuel pump. the guy took the ipr valve out and said he cleaned it or w.e. but he said it needs to be replaced, and my truck is taking up to 10 seconds to start, and cuts out sometime
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first there would be absolutly no reason to clean the ipr valve , there is a screen on it ,but i dont see any tech pulling it out to clean it , if there is debris in the ipr screen you have more problems than an ipr , do not replace ipr valve , if this truck is taking to long to start then your problem being its an 05 is probably a high pressure oil leak under one of the valve covers , i believe if i were you i would have this truck rediagnosed by a tech that knows more about what he is talking about
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you could very well be correct, but this guy works on 6.0's every day for a living, so im going to take his work, i also asked powerstrokehelp.com and they suspected the ipr valve
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idk what he did he said he took it out and did something to it, and diagnoised that i need a new one, i will post the results, thanks for the info
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but this guy works on 6.0's every day for a living, so im going to take his work, i also asked powerstrokehelp.com and they suspected the ipr valve
i work on 6.0 every day for a living as well and have been for 20 years , and one thing i have learned in this business , is just because they work on them doesnt mean they are right ,been a tremendous amount of incorrect info and diag done on these trucks , and as far as the powerstrokehelp guys , ill leave that one alone , ask anybody that works on a 6.0 , the most common problem for a long crank on a 05 model is high pressure oil system leak , and as i said before , there would be no reason to pull it out and clean it , if there is debris in the ipr screen then there are further problems than just a ipr

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idk what he did he said he took it out and did something to it, and diagnoised that i need a new one, i will post the results, thanks for the info
i would like to know the outcome of this , thanks
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ok well i posted my problems and didnt get much back, so i did what i had to do. . yes i know how the dealers are, and i dont know what he did, i just know he said he removed it and said it needs replaced. so...my first question you should be able to answer with no problem since youve been doing this as long as anybody, i have the part coming tomorrow, what is the best way to get at it? how is it fastened in? thanks!
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i just hate to see people replace parts and spend money they probably dont have to thats all, anyway, without the correct ipr socket to get to it , its not easy either way ,thats why i dont see that he just removed it to clean it the easiest way for you will probably be removing the turbo , and walla there it is , a 1 and 3/8 wrench to break it loose , the biggest thing about removing the turbo is when goin back together make sure they exhaust is lined back up correctly when putting it back together it can be a bear , as well as getting the turbo bolts out , make sure you dont round them off , then you will be in a mess
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