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Old 10-05-2010, 06:14 PM
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F250 6.0L died

03' 6.0 lost power going down the high way then died at a stop sign.

I have the AE scanner..

P2287 Injector pressure control circuit intermittent
p2290 injector control pressure too low
p2291 injector control pressure too low cranking
p2614
p2617

HPOP died??

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Old 10-06-2010, 06:22 AM
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well look at 2287 first its a circuit code and possibly could cause the rest
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well look at 2287 first its a circuit code and possibly could cause the rest
Yup. Could be a problem with the ICP or the harness rubbing a wire bare.
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Old 10-07-2010, 04:36 PM
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Where on the harness do I look? I have the harness loose.. there was oil on the conector to the ICP.

anyone know of a common place where the wires rubbing
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AE should be able to monitor the ICP voltage while cranking and running. I'd clean the connector and plug up good and plug it back in and do the above. I missed that you had AE first time around.
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Thanks!! yea it does, I didnt think of that!
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Old 10-07-2010, 08:30 PM
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Mine did exactly as you describe when my wife was driving it. lost power on the freeway, took the nearest exit then died at the light, got it to start back up but it was very rough, then it was hit and miss as to wether it would start or not.took it to the dealer and they replaced all 4 injectors on the driver side. Truck runs great now.


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Old 10-18-2010, 05:45 AM
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update

I fix the truck!!!

I never found a wiring problem!! I did see a difirents in the connectors with the harness repair kit for the ICP connector.

I replaced the
ICP
IPR
HPOP
Turbo oil return tube

Couldnt find an oil leak on my HPOP, but my HPOP oil resivor did drain down some over night. The shaft seal was spunggy and lose.
the truck started right up and will start on level ground!!

Thanks to all that helped!!!
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