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Old 12-11-2013, 10:08 AM
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6.0 IPR screen sticks in HPOP?

I had the hard start problem.

We replaced
STC fitting
Stand pipes / dummy plugs
egr delete
oil cooler
blue spring mod
6.4 banjo bolts
SCT tuner to delete egr code and pull codes.

It was hard to start yesterday.. and it ran great after getting it together last night. Drove it for about 2 hours.

Now I warmed it up til on temp to go to work this morning.. i get half a block down my street. It starts dying when you step on the pedal.. and dies.. I wait half an hour it starts up.. and I limp it back home.

My searches this morning made me think the IPR could have been clogged.. with trash that got dropped in the oil. I took the turbo off and the IPR screen sticks in the HPOP.. like the screen stays in the HPOP when you pull the IPR valve. I need to reach in there to grab the screen with a pair of needle nose pliers.

Help..

I gotta get to work.... this truck has been keeping me stuck under the hood.

Damon

Is that why its not hot starting now.. there was almost nothing in the screen
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Old 12-11-2013, 10:36 AM
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your ipr is probably bad once theres trash in the screen in this case sticking to the hpop it probably weakend the ipr
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How did you get the IPR screen out?

I just removed my IPR valve and the screen is stuck back in there. I don't want to push it any further in so any ideas as to how to get it out without making matters worse?
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Use a 90 pick and pull it out.
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Thank you - got it!
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