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Old 08-07-2012, 10:33 AM
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Truck died, turns over won't start

Ok 08 f250 s&b intake, no delete ( was gonna do that next week )

Driving today truck died like you turned the key off .... I know that its a fuel problem cause it will start on starting fluid .... Now my fuel pump on the frame is turning ( making noise ) ... Could still be that pump or could it be the hpfp?
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Old 08-10-2012, 11:49 AM
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could be in the HPFP, have you changed your filters lately?
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Old 08-11-2012, 05:30 PM
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Ok update

yes my filters are new they were changed right before i bought the truck they got about 3000 on them now

ok its throwing very crazy random codes these 4 when you nothing more than just bump the key

fuel rail pressure low
a glow plug
a turbo code
and a egr throttle code

my idea is that ive got a main harness short or rubbed somewhere? i dont think the ECM is bad because i can program and de-program my chip with no problems

now the question is has anyone seen this or had the same problem, i dont really wanna start pulling crap off the top of the motor to try and get too the harness if it may be in a different place ... or is there a common place for the harness to go bad that way i can get closer?

thanks to all the info you guys got ... and as soon as this baby gets fixed its going away and im getting 6.7L ...

just some brainstorming would help guys ... thanks!!
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Has anyone got an answer
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There are bare wires in the HPFP cover gasket that rub on the pump and eventually a hole wears through the sheath causing the bare wire to touch the block. I am pulling this info from Diesel Power Mag. the Dec 2012 Issue. I Recently bought a 2008 and after reading this artice i looked in my own truck and i could see the wear. i put a heat shrink protective cover over the wires to hopefully stop this from rubbing all the way threw. I will be keeping an eye on it.

In the article I says that when this wire grounds out it will cause a no start situation and you may se the following codes. (P0003, P0004, P0091) all fuel related. and could also see (P042F, P0488, P0670, P0691, and P179A.) This is because the same fues tha blows from the short in the hpfp circuit is used for EGR components, the glow plug contorl module, the electronic fan clutch, and the VGT actuator.

This is a known problem in the 6.4L. I am pulling this info directly from the article in Diesel Power Mag.
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