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Old 08-15-2006, 04:35 PM
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Fuel problem?

So I got a 95 PSD,,no mods other then a K&N air filter,,oil changed reguraly ect ect ,,Drove to work ran great,,get in to go home and rough 500 rpm max
Ck Eng lght on now. No codes showing ,,2 10a underhood fuses blown,,,replaced,,,,,Possiblilities?
if it were cam sensor ,,it'd be a no start?
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Old 08-15-2006, 04:54 PM
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"if it were cam sensor ,,it'd be a no start?"

Not necessarily true. Mine ran with the cps going out the first time it failed.
Just absolutely no power.
start by draining the fuel filter to chk and see if you've got water. the fuel will have a cloudy look to it if so.
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Old 08-15-2006, 05:14 PM
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also, if there is a check engine light on, there HAS to be a code, get the code so we have a place to start...
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Old 08-15-2006, 05:42 PM
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I work for a HWY Dept. our mech was good enough to run the diagnosic
could he have ran a 6.o program instead of 7.3 ?
he also said there was no fuel coming outa the schrader / pressure connector.
Could a fuel pressure regulator case a CEL to come on?
I'll get him to try again,,barly pops do wonders in rural areas
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Old 08-15-2006, 05:48 PM
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he also said there was no fuel coming outa the schrader / pressure connector.
Could a fuel pressure regulator case a CEL to come on?
Sounds like a bad fuel pump to me, is there any fuel in the valley of the motor???
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Old 08-15-2006, 06:09 PM
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As matter of fact yes,,thought I had resolved that issue,,but looking back,,
There were at one time even some drippings,,when parked,even smelled some fuel,,would there be no code?
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check agian, im thinking you may have a fuel pump problem......no pressure at the schrader valve is what led me to this...
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Old 08-18-2006, 03:57 PM
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Well he did run a 6.0 PSD program,,,unforunatly I live in an Apartment complex that nazi's everyone working on their vehicle.

So its of to local International shop ,,pretty good people really.
They 'll be kind,,buy most of my PSD parts from them.
cam sensors,,cold start celoniods,,ect ect
Just sucks to pay shop rates.
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Old 08-19-2006, 06:17 PM
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I have been in the "apartment nazi" thing, really pays to have a buddy with a garage or at least a driveway lol
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Just an update,,computer was down,,I was on vacation,blah blah blah

So having had the truck for a while I new to check the valve cover wiring harness injtrs/glwplgs,,well it all ohmed fine so after not figuring it all out,,and we never did get a code. off to our IH garage,,they didn't figure it out for 3 days!! finally decided it HAD to be the glwplg/inj harness,,took both valve covers off everything seemed fine right? nope ther was a short in such a way that it all still ohm'd out. But they did me right,,new fuel pump,wiring harness plus the tow ,about 10 miles,flatbeded,, 1000 even,,,so alll in all not bad but not the best.
would've rather done it my self. Still got it back a day before vacation.
And I'm getting around 20mpg with all my leaks fixed.
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