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Old 03-06-2014, 02:46 PM
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Another 6.0 no start thread

I just bought this 05 f350 6.0 auto. 150000 miles. It's started and ran great while I've had it until Monday. I was idling at a red light when the truck died like I'd turned the key off. I fired it right back up and drove it about another mile when it died and would not start back. It hasn't started since. I'm getting fuel to the filter and not throwing any codes. Any ideas?
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Old 03-06-2014, 03:51 PM
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Do you have a monitor???
If not, we are shooting in the dark for what could be wrong...
We don't want to have you waste money on parts that you don't need.

For monitors get the scangauge II or better yet an SCT livewire or Edge monitor...
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Old 03-06-2014, 04:26 PM
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Already had an edge in the plans but haven't owned the truck but for about a week
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Old 03-06-2014, 06:33 PM
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might be a bad ipr valve, but you need a monitor or a scan tool to check and see if your getting icp pressure when trying to crank. it should be showing around 800psi when cranking. i have had it happen to me before and that was the problem that valve is close to $300 from ford though so you need to check those numbers before you just buy one and put it on. might even be the ficm. really need to scan it to be sure
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Old 03-17-2014, 02:01 PM
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Assuming that you don't have ready access to a scan tool, you can test for ICP with a voltmeter. Backprobe the terminal that is alone in the ICP sensor (sensor plugged in) and connect the other lead to battery ground. Cranking, the voltage should be .9-1.2 volts. If this is not the case, unplug the sensor and see if the engine starts. If it does, change the sensor and its connector. If not, you likely have an ICP problem. That would be either a faulty HP oil pump, a blown out STC fitting/branch tube adapter, or a base engine oil system fault.
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