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post #1 of 19 Old 07-28-2013, 02:03 PM Thread Starter
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runs fine cold 5 miles starts missing

2001 187k 4in turbo back, super tuner, cold air intake, started all of a sudden . it runs great 1st start of the day for about 5 miles the starts to miss it gets progressively worse til it stalls. regular oil changes, seldom run tank low, has 1/2 now . I did a search not sure where to start hutch mod, IPR, its not setting the ses light but code p0603 comes up any help is appreciated
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Once you let it cool off, does it start up and run fine until warm again?
If so, sounds like your high pressure oil system has a leak somewhere not allowing enough HPO to get to the injectors.



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yes, let it sit over night went out started fine ran about 5 miles started missing , put it in driveway tried to keep running within a minute or two stalled
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In the time it took to post it restarted and ran good for a couple of minutes then stalled , I immediately opened fuel drain and fuel sprayed out of bowl. don't think its a fuel issue. don't see any major oil leaks around hpop. is this something that fails?
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I'd try a CPS first.


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With high pressure oil, you'd usually see it.
I'd check for oil in your coolant bottle and your fuel bowl to see if high pressure oil is leaking to those systems for some reason.
If not, then you're gonna need to monitor live data from the ICP and IPR to see if either is messing up, because otherwise it's a guessing game.



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Replaced the cps no change any other advice. I am in ft myers fl
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whats a "super tuner". Can that be umplugged? If so, try it.

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My bad its the super chip programmer. i have returned to stock and put back in performance mode no change. I might have a local guy with a diag tool to check , if it would run more than 5 mins i would take it some where I hate having anything towed
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I replaced the ipc sensor on the advice of the local guy, 175 bucks no change. is there a scan tool that is affordable to help diagnose this thing?
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