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Old 09-08-2008, 08:11 PM
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what are the symptoms of a hpop failure? My pickup has a wierd acceleration problem while stepping into it. it kinda acts like its starving out? only while driving down the road, not quite as bad from a dead stop... could this be a hpop issue or is it just a fuel pump issue? the truck has a reman from international in it with around 35000 on it... so i doubt the hpop is pooping already.... any ideas guys??? I'd really appreciate the help.
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Old 09-08-2008, 08:33 PM
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ok im not the best with acronims. cant you tell me what those mean? lol. i think irp means injection pressure regulator... the thing is, i just took off my edge w attitude yesterday, and this issue started today.. could it be a dirty plug on a sensor? no check engine lights... the edge chip goes to the cam sensor, the boost sensor, and a bunch of other sensors? eitherway whad toes icp stand for dirk? what do ya think?
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Old 09-09-2008, 01:39 PM
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ok, i dont think i can start new threads because I have the free membership... I put it on a scan tool and the only things that popped up where the air intake heater-i took out... and the one that pops up when you have a programmer installed due to my hypertech... anyway- nothing that indicated anything to do with my issue... funny it happens right after I take out my edge w attitude... ? no check engine light, just a few soft codes... going to put some fresh diesel init, maybe I just have crappy diesel...
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oh another thing.... would the ipr or the icp throw a code?
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Old 09-09-2008, 01:46 PM
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They will not always throw a code. You'll need to get a scanner that can monitor the datastream, not just pull hard codes.

EDIT: THis post MAGICALLY appeared. I wonder who did that....

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ohhh ok. cool thanks man. if some new diesel doesn't help I will stop by a performance shop and see if they have one of those. is that the type of scanner a trans shop uses when they monitor the trans? can they also monitor data streams? dont mean to sound stupid but i get along pretty well with my tranny guys.
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ohhh ok. cool thanks man. if some new diesel doesn't help I will stop by a performance shop and see if they have one of those. is that the type of scanner a trans shop uses when they monitor the trans? can they also monitor data streams? dont mean to sound stupid but i get along pretty well with my tranny guys.
they should be able to do it with their scanner
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Great, thanks..
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Did you say the edge connected into the cam sensor????
If so you might have some kind of issue going on there, b/c cam sensors don't usually throw codes. But they will sometimes.
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Old 09-09-2008, 02:05 PM
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They will not always throw a code. You'll need to get a scanner that can monitor the datastream, not just pull hard codes.

EDIT: THis post MAGICALLY appeared. I wonder who did that....
What can i say Dirk having a few extra buttons to play with helps once in a while
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