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post #1 of 43 Old 02-27-2014, 09:26 AM Thread Starter
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New to fords - 7.3 NO POWER

So, i bought this 1999 F350 not running. the previous owner said it overheated and blew up.

I replaced the CPS and then found out the ICP sensor was missing, as i dumped a ton of oil on the ground. lol. i put a new ICP on and cleaned out the fuel filter. I eventually got it running, but it's WAY down on power.

there is no smoke. i was thinking the old fuel was junk, so i drained the tank with a hose and filled with 15 gallons of fresh diesel. also changed the fuel filter for a new one.

if you're driving it, floored, it'll take ~10 seconds to reach ~2500rpm. you can hear the turbo screaming and the check engine light will come on.... as soon as you let off the gas the light goes out.

what should my next move be?
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Since the SES light came on, the very first thing should be to get it scanned to see what the codes are. That should get you started in the right direction.

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Sounds like you blew a boot off. Check for a boost leak.


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Since the SES light came on, the very first thing should be to get it scanned to see what the codes are. That should get you started in the right direction.

my code reader says no codes.



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Sounds like you blew a boot off. Check for a boost leak.
they're all good. it's making boost, as i blew off a hose yesterday where the previous owner used a normal hose clamp.
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im reading that a lot of code readers won't work on these trucks.

which one can i buy that will work?
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anything cheaper? i don't own any other fords and this one is likely to get a cummins eventually. (sooner than later if i can't make this motor run. lol )
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The torque app for android with a blue tooth obd2 adaptor. It should be around $20-30. Search around here and you will find a lot of info on it.


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The torque app for android with a blue tooth obd2 adaptor. It should be around $20-30. Search around here and you will find a lot of info on it.


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that's what i'm talkin about.... thanky sir!


i think today i'm going to pull the valve covers and check the connector in there.
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i pulled the valve covers and i think the drivers side has slipped out a little, maybe a little over 1/16" .... i wasn't really sure what i was looking at though and ended up disconnecting it before trying to push it together.

the passenger side had slipped about 1/8"

both connectors fell apart as soon as i touched the clip though, so i guess i need new VC gaskets.
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