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Old 02-24-2014, 01:30 PM
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6.0 no start p0336 and p2291

Need some help. Got an 05 6.0 that wont start. Stuck in parking lot. Edge cts is showing codes of p0336 and p2291.
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Old 11-27-2014, 03:27 AM
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ever get it figured out? im in no start also throwing P2291 only



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P2291 is not enough oil pressure to start te truck (500PSI) so you have a Bad IPR (more than likely) Bad ICP, bad STC fitting on the HPOP, or a bad HPOP... Id lean toward a IPR or the STC fitting on the HPOP


let us know what you find out
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I am helping a man with a 2003 F-250 with the 6.0. Ford released a statement that the harness is prone to rubbing through and creating a short/fault on every point where there is tension/pressure on the 03-05's. Come to find out he had 2 spots that were worn down to metal on metal. It was amazing the truck would run at all. It had 12 DTCs total. He thought he was fixing to replace an engine. So, just a place to start
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I am helping a man with a 2003 F-250 with the 6.0. Ford released a statement that the harness is prone to rubbing through and creating a short/fault on every point where there is tension/pressure on the 03-05's. Come to find out he had 2 spots that were worn down to metal on metal. It was amazing the truck would run at all. It had 12 DTCs total. He thought he was fixing to replace an engine. So, just a place to start


Forgot about that also, thanks redneck girl, you can google 6.0 rub locations and i will show you where to look.


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