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Old 10-31-2011, 10:25 PM
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Exclamation Why Isnt My Truck STARTINGG?!?

So i swapped CPS`s both were fine
Swapped ICPs, wouldnt start but i have a new one.
took apart Ipr and cleaned it with new seals.
But nothings happening on either trucks (mine & my dads)
I did the same thing to both trucks... just b4 i did all this my dads ran. but wouldnt starrt after doing wat i did . can AIR geettinn into the ICP hole causse A NO start? cuz it was sitiin open for A few days

I NEED HeLP, im leanin towards bad IPR

FOUND OUT IT WAS A BAD IPR and Needed fuel topped off and refreshed, along with OIL!

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Set it on fire lol
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Old 10-31-2011, 11:46 PM
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Set it on fire lol
Don't do that lol, but I'm not sure, good luck gabe
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Old 11-01-2011, 11:19 AM
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You guys suck lol

This is why i hate testing with sensors that we "think" are ok
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elaborate on what you mean with your abreviations..

im assuming icp is actually icp sensor but it doesnt matter it will start even when unplugged

check ipr nut to make sure its snug

what are cps's ?

diagnostics:

first get a fuel pressure

hook up a scan tool and see if you are building icp
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Old 11-01-2011, 03:36 PM
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Cam posistioning sensor. is CPS

the scan tool i have doesnt have a ICP sensor read out.
and i guess i could try a fuel pressure read.

I think the Regulator isnt reading, do the magnets go bad on these?
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Old 11-01-2011, 03:42 PM
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yes the ipr's do go bad but if things are snug it should not cause a no-start condition.

how much cranking have you done since having the icp sensor out? anytime we open the system there is usually quite a bit of cranking involved before they start
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havent tried cranking with no icp in hole. But after it was in ive cranked for a good 5 min of and on. not constantly...it doesnt even budge, should i just keep crankinggg??? i dont wanna hurt somthing
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Old 11-01-2011, 03:48 PM
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btw.. i now understand the confusion, cam position is usually abreviated cmp and crank is ckp

this is how most scan tools (including ids) abreviate those sensors
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Old 11-01-2011, 03:53 PM
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(dont crank while icps is out)

hard to judge the amount of cranking.

i dont think you would have hurt anything with what you have done, did you do any other service? what is the oil level? one thing you can do is isolate the banks, disconnect the oil line that feeds one of the banks and block of with a fitting... ah nevermind... both trucks are not starting so its something related to what you did, give me more details
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