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post #1 of 9 Old 02-13-2010, 11:18 AM Thread Starter
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yet another problem.. .

I was backing up today and got on it a little; the truck shut down. After several attempts to start it again I had it towed. I checked the fuses under the hood and the fuel bowl and filter were full. Anyone had this problem and may can help me out? thanks: doh:
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I've never had that problem? I have an 04 350. When you got on it, did you let off all of a sudden?
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I could have, I wasn't paying attention. I got to the interestion where I could turn around; before I could do anything else it had shut down. I suppost I couldve dumped it. . .
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For some reason I'd wanna think it was too much fuel pressure and when you let off all of a sudden and the extra fuel had nowhere to go so it killed the engine? That's just a complete guess though. I've never heard of this happening. Talk to somebody else on here that knows a little more... or maybe after you floored it, it had no fuel flow? I'm not sure.
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yea, I'm trying to get some feedback. I know there are some smart diesel guys here so come on guys-SPEAK UP. Anything I can check or do?
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Like maybe, you flooded the engine with diesel? That could explain no restart? You should have waited about 15 minutes and tried crankin' again.
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probably had nothing to do with being in reverse. My guess is that its an 05 and probably has the 2 piece STC fitting in the HPOP and its now leaking.

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What am I lookin for? and whats the fix to this?
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Sounds like what happened to me a few weeks ago. Running smooth at 55 and quit dead with no warning at all. No restart. Had to be towed also.
turned out to be FICM (fuel injection control module).
If that turns out to be your problem it's an expensive repair if you're out of warranty, but it's covered by the emissions warranty. Don't let the dealer try to tell you otherwise.
Check recent threads here for detailed discussions of the warranty question, and for an easy repair you can do yourself on the FICM if you're not covered for some reason.
I got through the whole process unscathed, largely because of help from several guys here.

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