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Old 07-10-2011, 05:45 PM
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!!!!!!! Please help with 2004 6.0 dually!!!!!!!!

Last May I bought a 2004 F350 6.0 turbo diesel to tow a 35' toyhauler. I've had nothing but problems, but the extended warranty has fixed many issues. I just got the truck back last week and the dealer said, "couldn't duplicate problem, nothing wrong." Here's the problem:

It's summer, so there shouldn't be any cold start issues. But when starting it the past two weeks, it is a hard start, bucking and a hard-idle. Today, it even stalled four times at a stop sign. Two of the four times were after fueling up, trying to pull away from the pump.

Once running, I have noticed at 1500-2000RPM, it tends to idle-up and lunge forward; this has even happened at a stop sign.

As a side note, it has the following brand new: Turbo, Oil Cooler, EGR, EGR Valve AND Cooler. The dealer did NOT replace the Fuel Injection module or the PCM.

HELP! If I could handle rolling over a payment, I would, since this past year has been nothing but a headache with this truck.
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Old 07-10-2011, 09:59 PM
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well first off that year and the 03 are the worst years for powerstrokes

i would look for a fuel problem buddies was doing kinda the same thing and he replaced the injectors and that fixed if i was you id up grade to an 05 or new or and early 03 and older
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Old 07-13-2011, 12:20 PM
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I had similar issues on my 07 (140K miles) and it turned out to be 2 bad injectors, CAC boots and low fuel pressure. Replaced injectors, CAC boots and updated the fuel pressure regulator spring to the Ford "blue" spring. Problems all solved and it runs great.
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FICM .
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Get some guages and check your FICM voltage. It sounds like it is going bad.
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Old 08-15-2011, 09:10 PM
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ok buddy, here is the problem. icp sensor under the turbo. mine did the same exact thing. the icp sensor for sho. just my 2 cents
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When your oil cooler was replaced I bet a little bit of dirt got into the valley and it sucked that dirt right up. Its mounted to the HPOP back by the turbo. Mine did the exact same thing and looked like 5 granules of dirt caused the problem.
This is a very old thread but just wanted to throw this out there. Cause I would almost gaurantee that was the problem
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Throwing any codes?
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This was last year and it had a code but I dont remember what it was. When it was hooked to a diagnostics machine it showed injection pressure very unstable.
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