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Old 02-23-2013, 04:08 PM
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'05 6.0 no start after repairs

Hey guys, I'm desperate. Last weekend, I tore into my 6.0. The egr cooler had gone bad. I did the egr delete, replaced engine oil cooler. I was going to replace stc fitting on hpop, but discovered it had already been upgraded. So I just replaced all the o-rings and pressure sensor screen, and reinstalled. I got everything done and put back together. Went to start, it started and died, I tried again, took a bit, but started and died. I have not been able to start it since. I've run batteries down twice now. It will not start. If anyone knows anything, please help. I checked all connections including FICM. I'm all out of ideas, and have to get my truck back on the road! Please help!
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Old 03-08-2013, 06:52 PM
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