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Old 01-09-2009, 04:22 PM
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HELP!!!! 04' F350,. AUTO STOPED RUNNING?

Hi all, I have a 2004 F350 crew cab with 6.0, automatic. It has 104000 miles on her and today she just died on the x-pressway. Code came up P2290 injector controll low fuel pressure. I run a superchips 1805. I downloaded the stock tune right befor the tow truck came, so the code is now gone. I had to have it towed to a dealer where i bought it 4 years ago. I changed the oil, oil filter and fuel filters in the middle of october. I always keep it full of fuel and buy good fuel. I also use cetine with antijell additve in the winter. i have not had any problems with her since last january when they finaly found a shorted wire in the harness (used to loose throttle responce all the time). Is there anything i can check on my own? I'm going to check the fues in the morrning (it was to dark tonight). could it be a relay? if so what one is it? what else can i check. I'm a old mechanic turned plumber, if it was gas i would have no problems fixing it. I do all my own work except when it come to the diognostic part on a diesel. Pleas any info would be greatly apriciated. Ken Iamele
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dose anyone have any sujestions? what to look for or check? fuel pump?
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Bump for tech help.
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Cam Position Sensor, check the 6.0 tech files.

I dont know the code but teh symptoms sound as such
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ANY IDEAS OUT THERE?
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P2290 is a code for low ICP (Injector Control Pressure). Is this an EARLY build '04 or LATE build '04 model year?
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Cam Position Sensor, check the 6.0 tech files.

I dont know the code but teh symptoms sound as such
Cam sensor failures are only common on 7.3L models for which a recall already exists, covering all 1997 to 2003 model years.
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I'm not sure if its a early or late. When i go to the dealer i'll take a look at the door. If i remember its a early one.

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Dealer called today, HPOP went bad. The problem is everyone told me that the truck should have shown signs of it going bad, like loss of power, rough running ect, it was fine, no problems at all, just shut off while driving, like a gas motor ignition modual going bad. Oh well its only $1400 to fix it. (P.O.S. FORD).
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Dealer called today, HPOP went bad. The problem is everyone told me that the truck should have shown signs of it going bad, like loss of power, rough running ect, it was fine, no problems at all, just shut off while driving, like a gas motor ignition modual going bad. Oh well its only $1400 to fix it. (P.O.S. FORD).
It shows lots of signs. Just hard to catch them all in the .03 seconds when it decides to finally let go. Some times they will be a no start hot but when they blow going down the highway they blow.
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