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Old 08-06-2010, 09:55 PM
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the ipr has been swapped, had it scanned and seemed fine, random rough idle, and hpop swapped.


whats left to check?
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I keep seeing IPR O-rings over and over again on other forums.

Was the IPR swapped with a new one with new O-rings?
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they were not broken and looked fine. and no the rings were not new.
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they were not broken and looked fine. and no the rings were not new.


If it was a 6.0 I would say HPOS leak. But 7.3 leads me to IPR
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Check your battery voltage after driving it for a while.

An alternator going bad will actually suck power out of the batteries while running, so it could be that.


Also, the next step in the line is the CPS.

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Old 08-07-2010, 11:51 AM
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If it was a 6.0 I would say HPOS leak. But 7.3 leads me to IPR

i will try new orings. but what is weird that it is random. not all the time.

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Check your battery voltage after driving it for a while.

An alternator going bad will actually suck power out of the batteries while running, so it could be that.


Also, the next step in the line is the CPS.
i think i had it replaced. and i have a spare on my desk .

but the crank speed is just as fast if it was starting right up.
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well i changed the cps from one i had left over from the obs. ill see how that does. then this week ill get orings for the ipr.
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ok cps didnt improve any.


however, after i placed my order at taco hell, turned the key to on and heard rapid clicking and the dash lights went with it. can a bad relay cause long cranks?
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