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Old 10-10-2012, 01:36 PM
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Exclamation 95 powerstroke problem!!!!!!!!!!

okay having some problem's on a 95 powerstroke just replaced injector o ring's and glowplug's ,got all the oil out of the cylinder's put it all back together and got the truck going has no loss of power or anything while driving. But when you shut it off and then try to crank it again it takes bout 7 or 8 seconds to fire up again, and when you let it sit for about 30 minutes it takes it even longer to start. all help would be appreciated
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Old 10-10-2012, 02:19 PM
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How long has it been running since you did the injectors? It takes quite a while to get all the air out of the HP oil system. Take it out and run it hard. It should get easier each time. Cheers!
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Old 10-10-2012, 04:41 PM
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thanks it helped alot running the dog crap out of it, now it starts great
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well still having trouble starting, i have ran it about 50 miles of giving it everything it's got and stil hard to start. Drove it home last night and left it over night till about 1 o clock today and waited on the glowplug's 3 times and still took a long time to crank, so after it started i ran it for about 10 minutes shut it down for about 2 1/2 hours started right up, is there a glow plug controller on these truck's like a idi and if that's bad could this be the case?
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let it sit over night and check the hpop reservoir level. it seems like its draining back down on ya and the lpop has to fill it
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There is the Glow Plug Relay on the top on the engine which is controlled by the PCM. You can check the GPR by measuring the voltage drop across the relay when it is active. Place the DVOM leads on the relay's two large terminals and if the meter reads more than 0.3V the relay is bad. Cheers!
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let it sit over night and check the hpop reservoir level. it seems like its draining back down on ya and the lpop has to fill it
I agree. Doesn't sound like anything with GPs. This sounds like a HPO problem. Somewhere, somehow, it's bleeding off on you.


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thanks I'll see today if the oil level is down, i just put a new relay on it, could it be the lift pump also?
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Very unlikely to be the lift pump. Reason being, even if the pressure was bleeding off on the fuel supply line from the pump, and even if the fuel filter bowl was draining out, it would still start immediatly because their is still a supply of fuel in the fuel rails inside the head. Being that the OBS trucks have a mechanical lift pump, they won't build any fuel pressure until they are started up anyways.

Really sounds like a high pressure oil bleed off from somewhere. Are you getting any smoke when it starts or while its running??
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just smokes when it crank's which is unburnt fuel but clear's out when starts
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