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post #1 of 9 Old 10-18-2013, 11:31 AM Thread Starter
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Exclamation 6.0 no power HELP

Ok, it is a 2005 6.0 4x4 with egr delete. Yesterday I drove the truck about 75 miles to a job site truck ran great, was on site for about 45 mins. I get about a mile down the road, truck has no power. I stop at auto store buy both fuel filter change them out, no change. I get on the highwAy no power, turbo has boost pressure and can hear the turbo, truck will not pull its weight in 6th gear, I down shift to 5 the gear truck would hardly run 50 mph. So pull over as soon as the clutch is disengaged it dies, but starts right back up. I let idle has a very slight miss, so I get back in try to take off and she starts bucking, had to use granny gear to get going. I drive her home in 4th the 75 mile trip, she can't pull on hills, has no black smoke, nothing but it running like crap. Called around to diesel shops one said fuel pump, the next said ipr valve, the 3rd said a injector was out. HELP!!! Can someone lead in the right direction.
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It sounds like the symptoms my truck had when my fuel injector control wiring harness went bad


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I would lean toward a fuel problem for the simple fact it run like sh1t without smoking. You need to put a monitor on her to find out if it is an ipr valve, ficm, or anything engine related. I would put a gauge on your fuel regulator test port and see if you are getting the correct fuel pressure I'm not exactly sure what the desired fuel pressure is maybe 38psi or more? Stock application is about 42psi and blue spring mod gets about 60psi. I'm not exactly sure but you could be overworking your injectors causing the truck to run rough. Just my 2 cents


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Got her fixed, was ipr valve covered with light green rubber. Anyone got ideas where the rubber came from?
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where is the ipr valve located?
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Top of the hpop and behind the turbo, if you need to get to it, it simple all you need to do is unbolt turbo and pull it out. That is all you have to move to get to it. If you move more then that you are wasting time
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Remove the turbo. Great
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It's pretty easy two oil tube bolts on top, three Turbo base bolts and the intercooler tubes
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Use an IPR socket and get to it by just removing degas bottle.

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