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Old 03-01-2008, 05:26 PM
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2000 F350 7.3 turns over but no start.

This is a long story but I'll make it as brief as possible. A few days ago I was having some clicking behind the dash and no start, figured out (thanks to forum) batteries were low. Charged them and started right up. Once started it idled a little rough but that's nothing new for the first few minutes. Went to store and upon leaving the store the shifting was bad like i didn't have a clue how to drive a manual transmission. Pulled out of parking lot onto road made it about 50 yards and it died. Will not start. Today changed the cps still no start, fuel pump appears to be working can hear it and the fuel bowl fills up. Turns over but won't crank. Anyone have any ideas of what we're missing?
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This is a long story but I'll make it as brief as possible. A few days ago I was having some clicking behind the dash and no start, figured out (thanks to forum) batteries were low. Charged them and started right up. Once started it idled a little rough but that's nothing new for the first few minutes. Went to store and upon leaving the store the shifting was bad like i didn't have a clue how to drive a manual transmission. Pulled out of parking lot onto road made it about 50 yards and it died. Will not start. Today changed the cps still no start, fuel pump appears to be working can hear it and the fuel bowl fills up. Turns over but won't crank. Anyone have any ideas of what we're missing?
with a new cam sensor , and you say its filling the bowl with fuel, you may have a oil pressure problem, just because fuel is filling the bowl doesnt mean it has pressure , check oil level and make sure its full, need to pull codes if possible, and b y all means do not replace any more parts without further diag , nothing i hate worse than to see someone just throw parts at one without any diag
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Have you checked your oil?
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Thanks Scuffy, oil is full was changed 24 hours before the kill and no start. Had an injector replaced and uvc harness replaced 3 weeks ago too. I'm going to see if I can find someone that can come run a diagnostics on it. Had one ran 3 weeks (when it was running and i could take it somewhere) and the only code it pulled was for the #6 injector. I just don't want to get taken, some people might see a girl coming and think they can pull one over. Will take your advice, hopefully I get this resolved soon this sucks!
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Well, Maybe he will see this in the AM and be able to get ya fixed up. I am no tech. Good luck with it. to the ORG too by the way.
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Well, Maybe he will see this in the AM and be able to get ya fixed up. I am no tech. Good luck with it. to the ORG too by the way.

Thanks for the welcome! Been lurking for a little while and found some very useful info so I haven't had a need to post 'til now. I hope this is the last time i am in NEED of the board..lol
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Old 03-02-2008, 07:51 AM
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Have done some research on here, there is oil in the sensor that is located at the front of the valve cover, drivers side. Is that the ICP sensor? I'm guessing there shouldn't be oil in there, would that cause a no start?
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Old 03-02-2008, 05:11 PM
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I thought i could get some help here, guess not.

Would oil in the ICP sensor cause a no start? Had a guy come check for codes today but there are none. Codes must have been cleared when battery was changed. Anyone???????
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BTT for you, hope you get it worked out!

And welcome to the ORG!
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Oil in the ICP is a problem. I'm not sure if it would cause a no start, but i will cause problems. I replaced mine a couple days ago, part of my on going "fix it before it brakes" under hood tour. Where are you located?
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