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Old 06-20-2013, 07:07 PM
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Red face Crank, No Start, Please Help!!!

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Engine just shutdown while at 70mph, like the key was turned off. I am using a Auto Enginuity Scanner w/Ford Bundle. I get no DTC's. ICP shows 188 psi, at 147 RPM Cranking. What should Cranking Inj Control Pressure be? Scanner showing a KAM fault. I did confirm that I am getting battery voltage to ECM KAM connector pin. HPOP has proper Oil Level, and I changed Engine Oil. I did replace Cam Sensor. About 200 miles before, I replaced the left cylinder head fuel return line to filter housing. When I open filter drain and turn key on, fuel pumps out.

Could it be ICP Sensor or ICP Regulator?
Does KAM fault mean ECM is bad?

Please Help!!!

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you need minimum of 500/550 psi, for it to fire off.
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Crank, No Start, New IPR - Please Help!!!

I replaced the IPR, still No Start. When I disconnected the ICP, it had oil on connector. I tried to start with ICP disconnected, but nothing! My AutoEnginuity Scanner showed the pressure jump to 2800psi, but not sure where it gets that reading, if the ICP is disconnected. I also buzzed the injectors, and they seem to sound fine.

Any thoughts?

I thought if the ICP was bad, the engine would start if it was disconnected???
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Old 06-30-2013, 07:05 PM
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My van did the same just like turning the key off, replaced the cps like most people said, finally after shutting down 25 times in 50 miles I took it to ford and it was the ICP. They installed a new one and the problem is gone. At times it revved up and run bad and it would accelerate like a funny car. Easy fix but expensive.

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Old 08-14-2013, 09:38 AM
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Originally Posted by timmyboy76 View Post
you need minimum of 500/550 psi, for it to fire off.
I have been able to start it several times now. It seems like after it sits for three days, it will start and run for about 5 mins. I have attached a AutoEnginuity file, where the engine started runs then quits. After that it will not start for several days. I have used a Fuel Pressure Gauge on the fuel rail, and it is getting 60psi. I have changed ICP and IPR. The original ICP had oil on connector. I have only cleaned connecter with Brake cleaner. I would like to check the voltage at the IPR connector, across the pins with KoEo, what should it be?

Does someone know IPR voltage across connector pins?
Any other help!!!
Could the new IPR be bad?
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File Type: zip Ford-PowerStroke 7.3L-2003-August 02 2013 KoEr b.zip (7.1 KB, 10 views)

Last edited by fastcar33; 08-14-2013 at 10:19 AM. Reason: Added question
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