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07 6 liter no start

drove truck to town ran fine the whole way when i arrived i killed it sat for about 15 min and got in it hit the starter motor turned over but nothing she wouldnt bust off. I then started checking fuses all checked good i found a weak battery with my load tester took it to the local parts store it tested bad so i installed new battery and hit the starter and again nothing. What next? Today i checked ficm it read 48v on my meter so im thinking its good. I unplugged icp sensor to c if it would start and nothing. My sct programmer had a dct code p2285 any suggestions?
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Sounds like a HPO leak. STC fitting, stand pipes or dummy plugs likely culprit.

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Thanks for the info gonna take it to a shop that has guys that has sum expertise in the 6.0 liter powerstroke figured id let the experts find and fix the problem dont wanna waste any time or money trying to fix it myself.
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Thanks for the info gonna take it to a shop that has guys that has sum expertise in the 6.0 liter powerstroke figured id let the experts find and fix the problem dont wanna waste any time or money trying to fix it myself.
You need to make sure that whoever you take it to REALLY knows the 6.0 or they'll be throwing parts at it themselves.

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U can bet ive done my research on that Ive had alot of people tell me to take it to different places but i found a place a couple of hours from where i live and thats bout all they do is work on 6 liters.
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