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post #1 of 12 Old 01-29-2008, 05:55 AM Thread Starter
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I have a 99 7.3 6speed 4wd with 160,000 on rebuilt engine. I cannot get it to start. I have recently replaced the hpop, lpop, ipr, icp, and cam sensor. Now I have good oil pressure high and low and had it running for a couple of days and tried to reprogram it with the edge, ever since the longest it would run is two minutes now I cannot get it to start at all. I always have it hooked to a battery charger or two while trying to start it and it also has brand new batteries it just will not start. I tied to pull start it yesterday and still nothing. Need Help out of ideas.

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how does it die? chug or cut off? you tried to reprogram it? well need more info on what youve done there too.

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have you tried returning the program to stock to see if it may be the edge programmer? i have an edge evelution on my 99 powertroke 6 speed and it has 282,000 miles on it and if i don't have it programmed right, it won't start.
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I have returned it back to stock and it still does not fire. It turns over and sounds like it only fires on one cylinder. I have checked it using autoenginuiy and it checks out o.k. glow plugs recently replaced.
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my dad has a 99' powertroke and at 180,000 it when down running on only four cylinders. the wiring harness under the right valve cover that runs the injectors went bad. when these wires goes bad, your truck may not run at all and it doesn't show up on a diognostics test either.
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Checked all under hood fuses?
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I had the valve covers off a month ago and everything looked fine. I checked all the fuses and they look good.
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have you checked the fuses under the dash right under the stearing colum? my 99' with 283,000 miles blew a 30 amp fuse last month and it started loseing power and shut down completly and wouldn't start. i checked the owners manual and found out the fuse ran my injectors, fuel pumps, and fuel heater. the coil in my fuel heater had shorted out. i had to buy a new one for $230 at a ford dealer, the only place you can get one. if this fuse is blown, let me know and i can walk you through how to figure out if the problem is your fuel heater. and how to replace it, hopefully saving some service cost.
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I unplugged the fuel heater a couple of years ago, to cheap tu buy a new coil. I checked all the fuses under the hood and under the steering wheel again and they all look good.
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Do you have fuel pressure?

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