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Old 05-27-2011, 04:35 AM
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truck broken..this is mystery...Thread for no start log by a noob

Hey yall... new to these forums and they are amazing , so much info.
I been having problems with my truck, and noticed some others had same problems as me and i wanna post this thread to help people diagnose their trucks.

It begins: Got truck 4 weeks ago...1 week after pickup started idleing rough when cold..but once up to temp ran amazing...

-Truck got progressively Worse ..and would smoke when rough idling and have no power (couldn't even get out of driveway)

-last weekend drove 350+miles..parked it..next day drove to lake parked it..and

-MONDAY at 6 am went to go to work and TRUCK WOULD NOT START..been sitting all week since

-It would crank really fast , and sound like it wanted to fire, and puffs a TINY amount of black smoke..

I CHECKED- OIL, Fuel Filters, Water Seperator, FICM (48 Volts - on and cranking), Batteries, Emergency Fuel pump shut off switch.....Everthing ok...

SOOOOooo....

I bought an OBD READER ($50),...I had ONE CODE (with NO check engine)
light)!!!

P2285 - Injector Control Pressure Sensor Circuit Low

Went to ford- Bought one for $150

Replaced it ..and erased code..

AND MAGICALLY - It didnt start

So today it is being hauled to ford - FML - lol

Just got this truck not even made first payment... I will post what is going on..and hopefully if anyone has these same problems this will help..

--Now i know why you need edge insight for monitoring and fuel pressure gauges..now it all makes since why diesels have **** load of gauges..helps you really pinpoint problems...im buying gauges if the bank is not broken today....
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i didnt replace the pigtail for the icp... though...maybe its bad..
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What year is your truck? Does it have a tuner? What is your oil change history?

Reading codes is important, but so many things are inter-related. It can get expensive just changing parts. One thing to do with an ICP code is to monitor the ICPv (volts) and the IPR duty cycle together.

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oh yea sorry 2004 (O4 engine) 150,000 miles...Oil was just changed and fuel filters and two new batteries a month ago...EGR delete ..CAI..4 Inch Lift..
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Depending on what the problem is and how much it'll cost you. Read up on your state's lemon laws
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Its on the way now..im stresssssin out haha...

Heres whats weird...got progressively worse..and
one day puffed white smoke (idle)..now black(Crank)...

AND threw a code for ICP...replaced it and still wont start...and after i erased code it wont come back up...

so im so confused ha.... ill know shortly everyone say a prayer please lol
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Its on the way now..im stresssssin out haha...

Heres whats weird...got progressively worse..and
one day puffed white smoke (idle)..now black(Crank)...

AND threw a code for ICP...replaced it and still wont start...and after i erased code it wont come back up...

so im so confused ha.... ill know shortly everyone say a prayer please lol


Let us know what the diagnosis is!
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will do ..its at ford now...ah
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HPOP. Could be a bad o-ring or a bad pump.
Just a guess. You replaced the ICP.. how much is the pigtail?
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Please dont say HPOP...
i didnt check on the pigtail..its at ford now..
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