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Old 03-15-2011, 10:24 AM
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P1212 and P1211.. no start

Howdy, i am kinda new with diesel engines my dad has a 96 F-250 and i know basics but yesterday i was driving my 03 F-250 out to Sam's to pick up some supplies for the office and my truck died running literally going 60 mph getting off the freeway and didn't start back up. i put a buddies scanner through it and got the P1212,P1211 codes. i would appreciate any help cause i need this truck running to keep business going..
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Old 03-15-2011, 02:40 PM
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alright i have checked the pump under the driver, the bowl fills nicely, and i just pulled both batteries for charging.. i don't know what else to do..
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Old 03-15-2011, 04:19 PM
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P1212 & P1211 are ICP errors.

Try unplugging the ICP sensor (in the front of the Left Head, up top) the PCM will default to a limp setting if it gets no reading from that sensor and, if your ICP is bad, it will probably start.
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Sounds like a CPS died on you .
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yes it could be the CPS but my money is on the ICP or the IPR
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alright i tried unplugging the icp for the limp setting and still no go.. where would i find the IPR or CPS to try those.. btw i was not eligible for the recall on the CPS at the dealership ding bats
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Old 03-17-2011, 07:09 PM
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the cps is on the passenger side of the motor at the 10 o clock postion to the crankshaft, the IPR is located on the backside of the HPOP, but with have a scan tool all u can is remove the IPR and clean it replace o-rings and reinstall, have you checked the HPOP reservoir to make sure that there is oil there.
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Old 03-20-2011, 11:41 AM
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I tried the HPOP, the oil level is at the middle of it
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Old 03-20-2011, 04:54 PM
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the oil in the hpop should about and inch to 3/4 of and inch from the top and were you able to find the ipr and clean it
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i couldn't get the dam thing off the back of the HPOP.. i changed the oil while it was down should i add some directly to the HPOP??
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