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Old 04-29-2014, 12:18 PM
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Starting is becoming a big hassle

I have a 2000 7.3 that I recently replaced the CMP/CPS with a ford factory replacement and a few weeks later now I am having a hard/long start issue. I replaced the CPS due to reverse stalling not starting.



Starting takes some time, no matter ambient temp, I live in Florida so cold weather isn't a remote factor. I could have just driven the truck 1k miles and shut it off and try to fire it right back up and I have the same issue as if I were to come out first thing in the morning or let it sit for a week and try to fire it up.



Truck runs once started which takes 5-10 seconds now and use to take about 2 if that to start. I will say she seems to get a little sluggish at WOT but if I back out a little bit she will stretch her legs. I also have noticed that when she gets sluggish that my EGT's go higher than they use to.



In the last two years I have replaced-

HPOP- terminator 500

LPOP- melling pump I believe it is

Injector O-rings with factory rings

CPS/CMP Factory part

All new glow plugs



I do have the hypertech programmer on it which has been on for over 6mo and haven't had any issues from it other than constant codes being thrown p1316, and a few others that are consistent and aren't new. I have an edge insight inboard that I constantly monitor.



I have an extra CMP/CPS sensor that I bought from ford to keep in the glovebox incase I have an issue driving to Guam and don't want to stop to find one. But I didn't want to use it yet since I can't believe that within a month or so it has gone bad. Any ideas? I have read several different threads on this and haven't seen anything that is jumping out at me.



I believe that is all the info for now, any ideas?



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Old 04-29-2014, 12:42 PM
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Lotta miles on the engine? (or more specifically, the Injectors...)
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p1316 is idm related.
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Old 04-29-2014, 07:14 PM
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Honestly I have no clue how many miles are on the motor, I was told when I got the truck that there were about 160k and now I would be close to 200k. I bought the truck and told the guy that I wanted a newer motor than the one that came in it so I had a tighter motor to last me longer with fewer issues.

The IDM code has shown up for the last year but I have never had an issue from it. I think it's from mismatched old injectors which on on my grocery list for this summer. I plan to replace factory with stage 1 possibly stage two along with new turbo and fuel system depending on how good the pay checks are.

I have a few other codes that are thrown when I hit WOT since I have done the programmer but I will have to update tomorrow with them after I run a diagnostic on the insight.


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