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Old 01-01-2011, 10:27 AM
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Please!!!!! 2000 f250 died, wont start, no fuel

I have a 200 f250 7.3l and it has been acting weired ever since i installed a ts performance chip on xmas. I installed the chip and the truck started running really rough with alot of white smoke then some black, and it was alot of smoke and no power, then truck died on side of road, and i took chip out and reset fuel switch on passenger side. ran fine with no chip, cleaned terminals better and reinstalled chip and ran fine, been running on 50hp setting. today i was driving and truck had same problem and died. so i uninstalled chip and did what i did b4 but truck wont start. fuel bowl wont even fill up. i am getting codes p0472,p1690,p0230,and p0231.. please help, could it be cps? i have gray one but not sure if could still be it. im desperate as this is my daily driver and short on cash! Thank you so much and god bless
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Old 01-01-2011, 10:35 AM
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No, this doesn't sound like a CPS if the bowl won't refill...

Can you hear (or feel) the fuel pump running when you first roll-on the key? (it's under the truck, on the frame rail, under the drivers seat)

What does you fuel gauge read, is it lower than you think? (they can fail and leave you thinking you've got fuel when you don't )

Your codes indicate a fuel pump problem
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Thank you so much for the quick reply, i cant hear it running and cant feel it either, im gonna take a volt meter to it and see if i have power to it, but i am so desperate if you by chance could give me a call for a quicker response then online that would be great, my number is 2408181466 thaank you so much
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Old 01-01-2011, 04:33 PM
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Thanks NORALPH! but seems like were both stumped, i put a new fuel pump on and truck started right up and ran fine for about 10 minutes and bogged down and died. i let it sit for about 15 minutes and got it started and started running like s$$t again, i am stumped and also the old fuel pump is still good(hooked jumper cables to it)... so i dont know where to start, relay? or wireing? ground or ???????????? Please someone help! Thank you and god bless!
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Old 01-02-2011, 06:03 PM
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Check the high-pressure oil pump. And the I.P.R
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Old 01-02-2011, 06:23 PM
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Are you getting fuel now after replacing pump? How fast does the bowl fill up?? Sending unit could be clogged but it would have to be seriously clogged to cause a no start.
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is there evidence of rust in the filter housing
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Old 01-03-2011, 09:30 AM
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My excursion and two friends have an issue where we run out of fuel near a 1/4 tank.The lie-o-meter says about 50-60 miles to empty.Make sure you have enough fuel
in the tank as this is common problem.Make sure the o-ring on the filter is in the right spot also.Good luck.
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Old 01-19-2011, 10:30 PM
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just because the pump is vibrating/humming doesn't mean much. If you got a cheap pump it would not be the first time a new part fails quickly. Try a different pump and add some fuel to your tank. You want to be at least a quarter of a tank to be past the duckbill on the pickup that could have failed and is causing your pickup to suck air.
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