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Old 01-16-2011, 02:16 PM
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Pulled code 2291. I believe this has something to do with high pressure oil.
This part is going to sound crazy but every time I park with the front end lower then the rear, no start. Getting towed in the morning to the dealer for the 3rd time for the same issue. Does this sound like a leak or bad hpop?
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Old 01-19-2011, 07:37 AM
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dealer just called. They are very confused. Dosen't know where to start.
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Old 01-19-2011, 07:54 AM
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P2291 is a failed STC connector on the HPOP. The dealer doesn't know where to start? That would have me worried. If that is the only code, they need to replace the STC with the updated part. That's it.

As for the parking orientation affecting the engine start, I have no idea.
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dealer just called. They are very confused. Dosen't know where to start.
Get your truck back and RUN to somebody that knows how to work on a 6.0. Don't leave it in the hands of those clowns or you are inviting more headaches.
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Old 01-21-2011, 02:05 AM
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Update: They got the truck to start after it sat on level ground for 2 days. They pulled it in jacked up the rear and let it sit overnight. Would not start yesterday. Mechanic thinks the oil system is loosing prime. I can't talk directly to the mechanic. The service guy is making it sound like the oil filter bowl is draining. Even if it was that would make for a long crank and hard start correct? Yes motorcraft filter. I think he is partly correct but has the oil systems mixed up. The hpop is loosing or not building pressure.
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Well Gramps10 was correct. Failed stc fitting. They replaced with the updated parts. I just don't understand why it took so long for them to figure out.
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Well Gramps10 was correct. Failed stc fitting. They replaced with the updated parts. I just don't understand why it took so long for them to figure out.
Cause they obviously didn't have much of an idea
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