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Old 12-04-2011, 09:55 AM
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Wont start !!! 2001 F-250 7.3l

Ok last night went to start truck 2001 f-250 7.3l and it fired right off ran for about 5 seconds and died . Cranked over again and fired right up and then died again now wont fire at all no smoke nothing just turns over ran batteries down. Put charger on this morning batteries back to normal still wont fire . Any help would be appreciated. Has a new gpr on it. wts light operates correctly. On my way out to check fuel pressure at drain valve . What else can i check without having to take to dealer.
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Old 12-04-2011, 10:42 AM
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Ok got it to start hpop reservior was low added oil to it and truck started. So my next question is this a sign of the pump going out checked dipstick oil lvl ok maybe a half a quart low.
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I believe that the HPOP Res being low indicates that the LPOP is failing. I could be wrong about this. Have you checked all your fuses? I would pull and load test the batteries, too.
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Old 12-04-2011, 04:19 PM
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Batteries are fine, fuses are all good ,but i can get to start now, but it does have a very long cranktime now would always pop right off before. Went ahead ond ordered the lpop should be in tomorrow hopefully get it put on day after. Anything else i should check for. Thanks
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Old 12-04-2011, 08:44 PM
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ok so after letting truck sit for most of the day went back out and tried to start again. Checked lvl in hpop first was fine this time. But truck still has a long crank before starting(15+seconds) never did before. Checked icp connector and it has oil on it will get new connector and sensor. Unpluged icp sensor and tried starting truck still overly long crank time. What else should i be looking for unfortunately dont have a nice scanner will get one but doesnt help now dont want to get stranded 100+ miles away from home tomorrow but if truck starts in the morning gonna chance it lol. hate to take to dealer but suppose its inevitable seeing how i dont have the time to wait for a scanner to arrive and to much going on to be without my work truck this week hate to push customers back but what can you do. Thanks
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