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Old 10-02-2011, 10:48 AM
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2004 6.0 no start

I have an 04 6.0. Had cold start issues (miss for 5 min until it reaches tem, then fine).
Changed oil, no help.
Added Rev-X and it cleared up for two days.
Now no start.
Occassional hit and white smoke at extended crank.
Batteries at 12V+, FICM voltage at 47.7, but injectors do not cycle at key on.
Throwing codes for all 8 injectors low circuit (p0261,02064,0267,0270,0273,0276,0279,0282)
Any ideas?
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Old 10-02-2011, 11:00 AM
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I had the same issue about three weeks ago. It was the FICM. A Swamp's 58V FICM took care of the issue quite nicely.
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Old 10-02-2011, 11:07 AM
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That's where I was headed. Did you still get 48V on the FICM voltage test?
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New to the site but have basically the same issues of no start. Had a lot of black smoke, then some blue and a shut down. Has not started since. Help
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Old 10-04-2011, 03:40 PM
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That's where I was headed. Did you still get 48V on the FICM voltage test?
I was getting between 42 and 45v on the screw tap...
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Old 10-27-2011, 06:06 PM
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did you try plugging in your truck? if not try that
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I got bigger issues than that, one of the injectors broke off (#8) and the tip fell on top of piston. I won't pull the head off until it warms up outside a bit. Read my blog on my website at CHRYSLEROUTBOARDS. Research on this has shown me that this is a common problem with these infamous 6.0's. I got a good truck now, says GMC on the tailgate.
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prolly your FCIM, same thing happened on my old 6.0 e350.
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Old 12-14-2011, 03:24 PM
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Mine was the IPR... had the same symptoms of no start.

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Before you go out and buy a new FICM you should hook a set of jumper cables up to your battery. Then try to start/turn the key on. Your batteries may look like they have enough juice until you crank it. I helped a buddy out and we spent hours chasing our tails only to find out the batteries were not producing enough juice to fire the injectors. We jumped the truck because the batteries finally died and it fired right up.

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