Compression Ignition Addict
Join Date: Jul 2011
Location: Wayne County, Ohio
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Update: removed the programmer from the truck, checked PCM connections and rebooted AE on my computer. I was able to connect and scan the truck!
ICP pressures were at 725, with the sensor unplugged.
Tried to run a cylinder contribution test and it said not available, the truck might be running a grey CPS which I heard interferes with that test, Ill double check.
When I started it, it cranked for a decent amount of time without firing then instantly fired right up nice and smooth but with a puff of white smoke.
I am convinced it is a high pressure oil issue, it seems like it is cranking to build pressure then it finally fires.
What tests should I run to prove or disprove my theory?
2003 Ford F250 6.0 powerstroke 4x4.
ZF6 manual trans, ext cab short bed
deleted, 4 inch exhaust, gauges, traction bars
16x10 Weld wheels wrapped in 33s
Early 1999 Ford F250 7.3 Powerstroke 4x4
Crew cab short bed
straight pipe, intake