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Old 03-10-2009, 03:14 PM
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6.0L stall and warm start problem

I have a 05 excursion 6.0 liter diesel that once it warms up will stall as you approach a light tuching the breaks. After this it will just crank and not start. If you let It cool off to stone cold it will start like normal. Will run all day on the e-way. it will also start and idle for hours till you shut it off then it must cool down. Note my wife ran it out of gas right before this started happening. Got it running and then this started. I have found If you havn't got it all the way hot, either(starting fluid), will get started sometimes. How ever if you shut it down you must let it get cold again to started. Starts like new cold.Any ideas????
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Old 03-10-2009, 04:46 PM
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Since it's an 05, probably the STC fitting for HPOP. The 05's are notorious for this problem.
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I have a 05 excursion 6.0 liter diesel that once it warms up will stall as you approach a light tuching the breaks. After this it will just crank and not start. If you let It cool off to stone cold it will start like normal. Will run all day on the e-way. it will also start and idle for hours till you shut it off then it must cool down. Note my wife ran it out of gas right before this started happening. Got it running and then this started. I have found If you havn't got it all the way hot, either(starting fluid), will get started sometimes. How ever if you shut it down you must let it get cold again to started. Starts like new cold.Any ideas????
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i will second the STC fitting... i had the same problem about 6 months ago....took me 10 hours, 70$$ for the part and a case of beer and she been running great ever since
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i second this comment as awell
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Mine would be hard to start and stalled, no Codes, dealer changed the Cam Shaft Sensor and Crank shaft sensor for assurance. Seam to be same problem as the 7.3 recall. They told me it was a silent recall on the 6.0
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It's the fitting on the HPOP. I've had it updated on 2 motors.
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Mine would be hard to start and stalled, no Codes, dealer changed the Cam Shaft Sensor and Crank shaft sensor for assurance. Seam to be same problem as the 7.3 recall. They told me it was a silent recall on the 6.0
Its most likely stc fitting as stated above. but the cam and crank sensors rarely go bad on 6.0ls.
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Cool

have a jan 04 f350 doing same thing after egr cooler and bullit proof oil cooler mod any ideas as you say only 05s have problem
have soldered ficm was no circuit board discoloring at all but i soldered it at the dc todc converter points and the module griplets
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