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Old 02-14-2012, 07:59 AM
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Trouble shooting guide

Just a quick post for those still working on the truck wondering WTF or AE does what?? This is total Plagerism at it's best but I have clipped and pasted a bit to make a word doc so the internet is not needed when working on the truck. The best part will be a search will bring this up on the first page. No scanning down thru 5-50 pages looking for the links. I will also post the links I found here on the next several quick replies.

BTW I am now looking for a tried and true mechanic in the Inland Empire area of So California. Maybe every one can post the mechanics and shops they trust in a new sticky? For now I would like just one near me. I know McCrays in San Bernardino used to have an awesome mechanic but I have not talked with them since all the down sizing.
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Old 02-14-2012, 08:09 AM
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Here are some links to start with again right at the top to make it easy;
Index of /ford-manuals

Welcome to guzzle's In-tank Hutch Mod Web Page Guzzle is great with many more tech tips too.

Manuals snd Reference Guides for the 6.0L - Must read for new owners - Ford Truck Enthusiasts Forums this is a collection of references

DTS Articles another great source

good video of what to look at for bad injector with covers off.

https://sites.google.com/site/woodnt...dnthings-files WOW some real good stuff here


More to post later today. Please save replies until I can finish the downloads so all the info is right up top.
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Old 02-14-2012, 12:22 PM
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Here are some PDF's;
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File Type: pdf DiagnosingP1211-ICP-IPR.pdf (270.1 KB, 143 views)
File Type: pdf EngineOilTemperature.pdf (27.4 KB, 85 views)
File Type: pdf FICMSYNC[1].pdf (81.7 KB, 123 views)
File Type: pdf hardstart[1].pdf (219.8 KB, 105 views)
File Type: pdf healthck.pdf (127.7 KB, 142 views)
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Old 02-14-2012, 12:24 PM
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And some more PDF's;
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File Type: pdf HPOP oring replace.pdf (192.2 KB, 255 views)
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Old 02-14-2012, 12:25 PM
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you know it still more;
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File Type: pdf INstrument Cluster Test.pdf (700.7 KB, 212 views)
File Type: pdf Intermittent Diagnostic Techniques.pdf (65.4 KB, 122 views)
File Type: pdf OBD II Drive Cycle.pdf (22.7 KB, 173 views)
File Type: pdf Parameter Identification (PID).pdf (38.0 KB, 455 views)
File Type: pdf Reference Data for 7.3L Powerstroke[1].pdf (84.9 KB, 130 views)
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Old 02-14-2012, 12:27 PM
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and more files to go;
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File Type: pdf TCClutchSolenoid.pdf (74.9 KB, 94 views)
File Type: pdf TPS-AcceleratorPedal ae.pdf (9.6 KB, 70 views)
File Type: pdf TorqueConverterSlip.pdf (266.0 KB, 67 views)
File Type: pdf TransDigitalRangeSelector.pdf (137.5 KB, 55 views)
File Type: pdf TransmissionShifterLeverchaferepairV-2.pdf (143.9 KB, 62 views)
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Old 02-14-2012, 12:29 PM
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I think this is the last of them;
Thanks to woodnthings, riffraff, strickly diesels, AE, Guzzlers and I am sure there were more. Now these are all in one place and up top too.
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File Type: pdf Vehicle&HPOPHealthCheck.pdf (139.5 KB, 80 views)
File Type: pdf Wastegate.pdf (265.7 KB, 80 views)
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WOW found a great pile of info......oh it is from a different forum tho sorry.

TheDieselStop.Com - www.thedieselstop.com

Hey it is about info isn't it??? I have been reading for 5 hours now. So much data I feel like some sort of a geek now.
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So I bought a 2000 f-350 7.3 six speed a few months ago. The truck ran fine for a wile, then it started to have the hard cold start issue. It would take someo cranking to start it, then it would start then die. So I start it agian and it runs. Just the other day it started acting that way when I start it when it's warmed up. It died at a stop sign yesterday and it would not start. Towed vehicle home, the next morning I bought a new glow plug relay and installed it. I also checked and added oil to the top res. the truck started. I drove down the street, turned it off, came back out of the market and no start. Rpm gage moves when cranking, shows oil pressure when cranking, and is at about 200 rpm when cranking. So I replaced cps, nothing changed. Came back the next morning put some more oil in the top res, level was about 1" from top. Truck starts. Drove to house, on the way over it cut out while driving twice. Got home held rpm around 2000 , and it would studer randomly. I shut it of and all it will do is crank over. Injectors replaced 20,000 ago. It also would miss when driving in the rain randomly . Help!!!!
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I know a view good mechanics. My friend is the service manager at north county ford and his Diesel tech is the best I know. But that is in San Diego and of course that means you would be paying ford prices. There is also I good mechanic that is very trustworthy in Temecula. The shop is called The Tranny Shop and the owners name is Kenny. There is another place close by with a similar name, so ask for Kenny. I am not sure all that he does, but his tranny work is second to none.
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