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Old 05-11-2009, 04:54 PM
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2004 6.0 dead wont start

hello all new to site. i have a 2004 6.0 i bought 3 weeks ago took the truck on about a 4000 mile trip with no problems. got up to go to work this morning. truck fired right no problems. started down the freeway truck died no spit or sputter just dies. engine cranks fine but no fire. rmp gauge does not move on crank. tryed a little eather still no fire. try to pull codes with a scanner no codes. had a friend come over with another scanner and he was able to pull codes p0237,p0404,p0405,p0528,p132b,p1378,p2290,p2291. have no clue where to start any info would be greatly app. thanks all. almost forgot we did replace the cam sensor and fuel filters and checked all fuses and relays still am at a loss
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Old 05-11-2009, 06:18 PM
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I have a 99 7.3. When it's Crankshaft position sensor dies it does just what you describe. On my truck that part has a Ford recall. Yours may also. In the days of old we got the part from Navistar at a price much much much cheaper than Ford. On mine I had the part in hand cause there was 2 of them Ford had used.

The part on mine is located just below the fan. Mine is an easy R&R.
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might be a bad fuel pump
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Old 05-11-2009, 06:37 PM
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p2290,p2291 Injector control pressure to low (other code to low while cranking)
p1378 FICM system voltage low

The others don't seem important. FICM or ICP. Seems like the FICM. I believe the FICM controls the ICP.
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Old 05-12-2009, 02:18 PM
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thanks for the replys fellas we have a guy coming over with a scanner. going to be checking the icp voltage. i really think this is where our problem is eather leak or or a bad icp we hope Thanks all really like the fourm full of a lot of info.
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