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06 6.0, started, now no start

Got in the truck at my shop 3 miles from the house this morning. Truck started fine and drove home. Truck sat in driveway for about an hour and went to take my kids to school. Started the truck up and it ran for about 3 minutes then it stumbled twice and died. Got in the truck and started it back up, ran for about 15 seconds. Restarted the truck and it ran for about 5 seconds then died. Now it is not starting at all.

I have fuel at the top filter. FICM voltage is 49.5. All fuses check out good. Reset button for pump has been checked. Anyone have any ideas where to look?

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Check ICP voltage while cranking over. For HPOP pressure.
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ICP equals a big fat 0. Off to search for ICP issues. What should the specs be on the ICP and what am I looking at for repair costs?



I was actually on the phone yesterday talking with a dealer on trading this in for a new 12 F-350. Guess I'm a day late.


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If its the sensor about 150 bucks and your time.

If its an HPO leak thats more.

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So is there a way to determine if the sensor is bad?

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Well I unplugged the ICP and plugged it back in, still no start. I double checked my codes for the scangauge to make sure I entered it correctly and it is. As much as I hate to blow a 150 bucks I will head down to the Ford dealer and get a new switch and hope that it solves the problem.

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Well that was a waste of a 150 bucks. Still read 0 on the scangauge for ICP. Anyone else have any suggestions?



EDIT: after more research on the site it looks as though a scangauge is incapable of measuring for ICP readings.


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If a mod wants to close or delete this thread I have a new thread in the 6.0 section.

06 6.0 no start

Problem solved, see thread posted above for results.


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