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2003 6.0 no power or throttle will only run at 250 rpm

the truck has a straight pipe exhaust, intake, studs, egr delete and thats it well it didnt want to start so i had my friend hook up to it with his computer because it had no power and was pouring out black smoke. then when i went to start it would only run at about 250 rpm so i shut it off and disconnected the batterys, tried again same thing. the only codes are egr codes because its deleted. we noticed that it had low icp pressure so i checked the oil and it was not on the dip stick i had to add a gallon and a half and i just changed the oil 300 miles ago, its not leaking anywhere so where is it going? is the bottom end gone????? please help me
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Well I sent out the ficm and I will buy new battery's hoping that is the problem. Any help guys???? I really am depending on this truck


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Ficm didn't fix it please someone help!!!!!!!!!


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post #4 of 17 Old 10-25-2012, 07:59 PM Thread Starter
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Still broke some one help everything I've done and nothing


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post #5 of 17 Old 10-25-2012, 08:56 PM
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You said you were getting low ICP pressure so what were those readings?

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It was 150 to 250 s


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post #7 of 17 Old 10-25-2012, 09:22 PM
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Did you leak test the HPO system?

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I've been back in new York lately who would I be able to do that and thanks for the help


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If your unable to do it yourself than your best bet is to take it to a ford garage that you trust, explain what's going on and tell them you suspect hpo leak or weak pump and you need them to leak test the system. At that point if they come back and tell you it is in fact a hpo leak you can either pay the fee for the diagnostic and take the truck home and repair it yourself, or you can leave it with them and have them fix it with their parts or maybe they will allow you to supply your own parts and them do the work.

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