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post #1 of 10 Old 12-18-2010, 07:47 AM Thread Starter
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i have an early 99 f350 7.3 with a auto tranny. it just died on me so i changed the oil,cps,fuel filter,hpop full,still no start,no white smoke, hooked up a scanner and no codes. checked the under valve cover harness and came up good except for 2 glow plugs (one on each side),found oil in the icp sensor tried unplugging it and still nothing. how do you check for injector pulse,hpop oil pressure. any thoughts would really help.
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Does the wait to start light come on?
Did you check your fuses?

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wait to start light does come on and checked the fuses three times. i got it to fire for a few seconds on starting fluid with the glow plugs unhooked. it died on me three times in a row while i was driving a couple months ago but on the third time it didnt start back up

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Sounds like fuel delivery to me.....

Pump (under the drivers seat on the inside of the frame rail) runs when you first roll-on the key?

Does the fuel filter housing refill when you drain it?

What does the fuel gauge read? (a bad sender might make you think you have more than you do
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pump turns on,bowl refills,55psi, tank is completly full
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Try and unplug the ICP maybe?

Can you get access to a good scanner? (AE, SnapOn, a professional one...)
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tried unpluging the icp still nothing, the scanner i used was one my uncle uses on his o8 f450, the name was one i never heard of. i will go talk to one of my friends today about getting a good scanner to try. thanks
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broke down and purchased the auto enginuity and came up with code p0603 . icp pressure stays at 0 psi at 130 rpm, volts are at 10.5 while cranking, icp volt .19 . icp% goes up to 64.84%. anyone have something to check or test to help narrow it down?

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unplugged icp and got the default reading of 2,213 psi but the icp volts stayed at 0.0 and the icp% only climbed to 33%
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took the ipr out and tapped on it a couple times with a hammer and got it to close, put it back in the truck and it fired right up.. finally.... looks like i will be buying a new ipr.
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