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Old 12-16-2013, 07:16 PM
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Not your normal crank no start

So I have a 2000 f350 7.3l and its a crank no start. I have AE and my icp is good my rpm is over 100 and I just put a new glow plug relay in too old one was corroded. I have no codes that pop up at all on AE either. I bought this truck as is and it didn't have any high pressure oil replaced hpop and ipr I now have over 2000psi I also have good fuel pressure at the heads please help im stuck
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Old 12-17-2013, 06:35 AM
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I would plug it in for a few hours too see if that helps (couldn't hurt ). Replacing the GPR doesn't mean the rest of the system is working. Did this problem appear following the colder temps? Have you checked -> Troubleshooting GPR & GP's

Then you gotta think you only need Fuel - Air - Compression for a diesel to run and go back to the basics. If you spray WD-40 or something (NOT EITHER!) into the turbo inlet you should, at least, get it to "rattle" as an indication you're defuled (are you getting any white "smoke" from the tailpipe when you try to start?)

Do you have any tuning installed? If so, remove it as a test...
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I would plug it in for a few hours too see if that helps (couldn't hurt ). Replacing the GPR doesn't mean the rest of the system is working. Did this problem appear following the colder temps? Have you checked -> Troubleshooting GPR & GP's

Then you gotta think you only need Fuel - Air - Compression for a diesel to run and go back to the basics. If you spray WD-40 or something (NOT EITHER!) into the turbo inlet you should, at least, get it to "rattle" as an indication you're defuled (are you getting any white "smoke" from the tailpipe when you try to start?)

Do you have any tuning installed? If so, remove it as a test...
As stated before I bought this truck as is. it didn't run when I got it. I tested glow plug system entirely and its working. plugging in the block heater does nothing and yes I get little smoke from tail pipe when I crank. one thing I have noticed is theres two separate relay blocks under the hood next to the fuse panel the one closest to the fire wall has neither relay in it the other one has both. What are these relays for and no im not talking about the ones in the fuse panel these are on their own. also theres no tunning on it its completely stock
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Maybe take a compression test?
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Old 12-19-2013, 04:25 PM
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If you have air in the hpo system it will take a while to crank. Since you have AE do a buzz test just for the heck of it.
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