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Old 09-28-2013, 03:27 PM
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Exclamation What the hell is up with IH??? And my motor won't start after intake cleaning..

So I'm screwed.

I noticed that one of my IC boots was about to come off I noticed that's where all the oil is coming from (I think ) so I pulled the intake and cleaned the boots and intake

Wile I was in the intake I cut the AIH and ditched the hot wire for it but put the ground back on to keep it out of the way.

We'll I cleaned everything up and used hair spray on the boots and hooked everything back up but the truck won't run!!!!

I'm looking around and found my fuel leak and it's the fuel line on eh side, I tried to tighten it up but made it worse.

Pull the line off and the sleeve is just destroyed.
So I call IH and they said cus of the 6.0 scandal ford and IH had he can't look up parts for my 7.3
Said he has no way to even look up new sleeves unless I have a part number!

So I called everywhere and no luck.
Ether closed or can't find the parts...napa is my only hope tomorrow

Dose anyone have the part number for those fuel line sleeves????

Or do I half to order a kit and miss work all those days?
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Old 09-28-2013, 03:45 PM
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The leak at first was a very small drip... Would that cause the motor not to fire?

Also wile I was cranking the motor I saw white smoke come out the motor compartment!
It didn't have a electrical smell, so I'm not sure what it was..
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I have a feeling you cut some bad wires or shorted something.
Will it crank and not start, or not crank at all?
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Crank, no start.

I was looking around and all I can find was the fuel heater plug on he back of the fuel filter housing wasn't pushed all the way in...

Other then that nothing that I can see.
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Old 09-28-2013, 04:14 PM
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Not sure if it matters but I didn't disconnect the the battery.
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Old 09-28-2013, 04:17 PM
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Key on, engine off, does the WTS light light up?
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Yes, and turns off
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Old 09-28-2013, 04:36 PM
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Hmmm.
Does oil pressure come up after cranking a while? If you empty the fuel bowl, does it refill after leaving the key on engine off?
I would ohm all your fuses just for the heck of it.
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All the fuses are good.
Apart from maxi 16
(Trailer charge)
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Didn't notice the oil, but yes the housing filled up with fuel again.

Have not tried to start it sense that fuel line is off..
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