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Old 07-06-2014, 01:08 PM
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Unhappy 2010 F350 6.4LTR DIESEL WONT START!

Hello everyone, I have a 2010 f350 with the 6.4 turbo diesel, the other day I was driving down the interstate pulling a trailer and the truck shut off, it was just like you turned the key off. Then I tried to restart it and it wouldn't turn over or anything, had lights and power to everything. Well I got it home and ran my code scanner on it and it came up p0087 code low fuel pressure rail? Also the fuel pump relay fuse (20amp) was blown I put a fuse in and it started up and ran fine for 2 days, then it blew the same fuel pump relay fuse again? If anyone has ran across this in the past I would like an idea where to start.
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Old 07-06-2014, 01:11 PM
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Can;t be of any help but Welcome to the Addiction I mean org!!
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Figure it out? I would imagine you need a new fuel pump if you keep blowing fuses for the pump.
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Yes i finally found the problem!! I had a cab off repair at the ford dealership for the exhaust manifold bolts. So i found under the drivers side inner wheelwell the wire harness was not clipped back down, so it wore thru the wires rubbing on the bracket creating a short intermittantly.Unfortunetly for a 50 cent clip this cost me hundreds in towing and months of searching for the problem. Hopefully this will help someone else in the future.
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Old 11-15-2014, 10:28 AM
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damn that sucks, but at least its figured out.
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