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Old 04-26-2014, 05:37 PM
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anyone know anything about 6.0s

First off I know I can go search on the 6.0 forum but there are a lot of guys with 6.7s that used to own em whom which I've come to trust over the past 6-7 months on the forum .

My case I'm just trying to be a good neighbor with this one .
The truck is an 03 F350 it been running ruff in the morning with a long crank cycle a little white smoke all clears up after warm but still feels down on power I have a very updated snap on scanner if someone know what I should be looking for and parameters I can figure it out I was thinking its a combination of a few things such as stiction along with a seeping or leaking egr cooler I don't want to delete it and tune it and have him out a grand and still need a head gasket then I gotta look at him everyday and be like ohh my bad I tried help me out fellas what do I do with this 6.uh oh
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Ficm voltage, ICP, IPR duty cycle, are a few you should keep an eye on.
run an injector buzz test. See if any faults come up.

How many miles are on the truck?
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Ficm voltage, ICP, IPR duty cycle, are a few you should keep an eye on.
run an injector buzz test. See if any faults come up.

How many miles are on the truck?
The truck has 130k on it i saw the injector buzz thing on my list of functionality test on my scanner i wish i could just tell him to buy a new motor but that's kind of messed up haha but i honestly think he should just get a head job and install studs and get a new HPOP new injectors and a new turbo and of course put it all back together with deletes and throw a SCT x3 on it and call it a day oh yea then lower it cuz its gigantic
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Sounds like an injector or two are sticking.

That sounds like a lot of work... Haha
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run a power balance on it... probably just needs an injector or few
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Easiest thing to start with is is ficm voltage and icp. Thatll deff give you long crank on cold start. You will prob see the ficm drop right off and not pick up for a bit until its been idling.

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Ficm plays a big roll with a running 6.0 I'd check the voltage of that first
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