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Old 11-28-2010, 07:12 PM
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i need help asap!!!

hey everyone i dont hav enough time to look through the forum to find the subjects on whats wrong wit my truck s here it go's, 1999 f250 7.3 6-speed, i was driving today and it sudden quit, and never fired back up i had to triler it home, i put a new cam sensor in it still dont work, it has fuel and all the fueses are fine, idk what the problem is and i sold the truck and the guy is picking it up in two days! i think it might be the fuel pump cause it has 160,000 miles on stock pump, please help me out i need to figure out what it is and info on how to fix it, THANK YOU!
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Old 11-28-2010, 07:44 PM
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check the icp and ipr and do the wiggle test.
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Old 11-28-2010, 08:29 PM
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ok thnk you i will try that in the morning!!
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Old 11-29-2010, 07:51 AM
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call me if you have any ?s 2566750019
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check the icp and ipr and do the wiggle test.
ok for future notes to myself since im a one week old diesel owner, what the heck does icp and ipr and what the heck am i wiggling? lol
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Check the fuse box underneath the dash at approximately the #38 spot.

The one your looking for runs the main computer and the fuel bowl heater... REPLACE IT.

Unplug the fuel bowl heater wires from the back of the fuel bowl then start the truck.


My truck quit while traveling down the road when i shifted gears, i checked all the fuses replaced the CPS... everything i could think of... a week later I finally took it a repair shop and the scanner wasn't getting a reading from the computer... that fuse looked brand new but it was cooked, replaced the fuel bowl heater and it was as good as new.


BTW... If there is an international dealer near you (like big rig) they have the exact same parts you would buy at ford (without the fancy ford sticker over the international sticker) and for much less...

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Check the fuse box underneath the dash at approximately the #38 spot.

The one your looking for runs the main computer and the fuel bowl heater... REPLACE IT.

Unplug the fuel bowl heater wires from the back of the fuel bowl then start the truck.


My truck quit while traveling down the road when i shifted gears, i checked all the fuses replaced the CPS... everything i could think of... a week later I finally took it a repair shop and the scanner wasn't getting a reading from the computer... that fuse looked brand new but it was cooked, replaced the fuel bowl heater and it was as good as new.


BTW... If there is an international dealer near you (like big rig) they have the exact same parts you would buy at ford (without the fancy ford sticker over the international sticker) and for much less...
Yeah check this out, along with the IPR test. See if the nut is still on the back of the IPR. Seen those wiggle off...
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Old 12-01-2010, 01:14 PM
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hey, i got a new ipr and the truck still wont start, im pulling my hair out! , im going to try the #38 fuse but i got a scanner and these codes were pulled up... icp ckt out of range low, and internal crl module kam error... anyone know what these mean? i just replace the icp not to long ago... thank you,
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Don't just throw parts at it. Did you check the ICP sensor? Pull the plug and see if there is any oil in it? If so, just try to start it with it unplugged.
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i pulled the icp sensor plug and there is not oil in the plug because ive seen it it there before thats why i replaced the icp before, i even tried starting the truck with the icp unplugged, still no start.
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