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Old 03-12-2013, 08:18 PM
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'03 6.0L Crank no start

I have already changed ICP out Checked voltage on FICM 47.4 Volts w/key on and same while cranking. I went ahead a picked up a IPR at the dealership. I was thinking that may be it. I was thinking of sending my FICM into ficmrepair.com to rebuild it and have PHP Atlas 40 tune put on it. Has anyone used this company? If so is it worth the 475$ Any pointers? Am I on the right track?
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Old 03-13-2013, 04:47 PM
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While I was in the process of removing the plug on the IPR I noticed that the plastic housing is really lose. That means it bad right?
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Old 03-19-2013, 09:04 AM
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FICMrepair.com is great to deal with. Quality product, good warranty, and exceptional turn around time. I got the high end rebuild done to mine and the PHP Atlas 80 program. What a difference. Very happy. They didn't have any exchange units in stock at the time I needed mine done but it only took a few days from the time it left my door to get back to my door. At 47.5 volts your FICM is fine, and that is not your problem. I would save the money on that at this point and use it instead to fix the actual cause of your current no start. When it starts running like crap until it is at operating temperature then look into getting the FICM rebuilt. I let mine go for awhile and when I finally checked it I saw as low as 26volts! I couldn't believe the truck even ran!
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Old 03-27-2013, 06:58 AM
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Well I have a ford mech. coming over to my house to hook up his dealership scanner to it maybe I'll get it fixed soon. He thinks it's a cam sensor just from what I have told him what the truck was doing and what I replaced. Is this a common issue or could it be crank sensor? I need this truck running fast, need to go to AZ
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Old 03-30-2013, 08:43 AM
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Mechanic hooked up his scanner today. found two code P0110 P0603 both said to not to cause problem. ficm sinc good, buzz test good, IPC read only 32psi out of the 1900 recomended he said that could be for many factors. did not say what. So my question is my hpop bad?
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