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Old 02-27-2008, 02:23 PM
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She died one me. Please help!!!!

Hey fellas once again I am calling out for anyones help!!! I just got my 94 7.3 liter direct injected put back together yesterday. I just did the turbo swap from late 99. Well I got to drive it about 10 miles then she died on me. I was driving along and accelerated hard when it just died. I tried to re start it and all it will do is crank, there is no smoke from the exaust or nothing. I checked the fuel filter, which is brand new and it is fine, Full of fuel and clean. Also when I left my chip on stock and tried to rev it up it sounded like it was loading up. It was also blowing some blueish smoke while doing this. The truck has 242000 miles. I changed the injectors 10000 miles ago or so. Also new cam sensor about 1000 or 2000 ago. So any one have any idea's?

DAY 2
Alright I just checked the oil in the hpop resivoir and added oil up to just a little under the top. Then tried it and still nothing. Then I checked the pressure on the schrader valve on the side of the fuel bowl. It was very weak, as the motor turned over it bareley pushed out fuel. Then I put a pessure gauge on it and it showed no pressure. PLEASE HELP!!!

Also does anyone know what the exact pressure should be on that check valve I mentioned above For fuel pressure While cranking?

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Old 02-27-2008, 03:11 PM
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Surely there's someone on here that can help this dude out. Wish I could..........

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Old 02-27-2008, 07:24 PM
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Thanks for the bump! And thats a sweet truck!
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ok so you say there is no power to the fuses. it possiable you have a bad pcm and it just went out after the swap stuff like that happens all the time. but also you explain that there is no pressure so could be a fuel pump or a bad hpop
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Fuel pressure has nothing to do with the HPOP on these. It is very common for the fuel pump in the lifter valley to go bad on these trucks. As far as the fuses go, you need to check where your power comes into the fuse block. Do you have a wiring diagram for the truck or any books on it that may show some wiring?
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K fellas sorry I checked again and I do have power on the fuses. Also i have power on the injector harness's. Also correct me if im wrong but when I shove that pressure check in while cranking the engine it should have enough pressure to squirt the fuel all over the place.
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do you have access to a scan tool to monitor anything?? I would love to know...

fuel pressure on a manual gauge..
ICP on a scan tool...
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Doesnt blue smoke me oil is burning or coolant? doesnt that mean one of those is leaking or getting somewhere its not supposed to?
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Doesnt blue smoke me oil is burning or coolant? doesnt that mean one of those is leaking or getting somewhere its not supposed to?
blue smoke is oil.....BUT....under cold conditions fuel can also burn with a bluish look...so sometimes there is a bit of confusion between the two...
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