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Old 07-08-2012, 01:45 PM
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Truck Wont start any ideas

Hey Yall Need some help. the other night truck was running fine and i stop in at taco bell and shut truck off to order i went to start truck and i didnt hold key long enough so i waited for everything to stop and tried again it took a little longer to start then when it did it reved up a little then idle back down to normal idliling speed then i had to shut truck off again at drive through window and when i started it it took a lot longer to start then normal but it started and it ran beautiful. i got home shut truck off went to bed woke up next morning and went to start truck and it didnt want to start it would crank but not fire i havent looked at yet cause of time but anyone have any ideas where to start i was going to test the ficm
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Do you have gauges?
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Old 07-08-2012, 03:22 PM
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Or a monitor.....i 2nd.

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i used to have the sct touch screen but someone broke into my truck and stole the darn thing
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Old 07-08-2012, 06:27 PM
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My truck had an episode similar to this. Ran fine. Shut off. Wont start. It was the IPR Valve.
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Old 07-09-2012, 11:19 AM
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Unplug your IPR valve and start the truck. If it starts, replace your IPR valve.
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Unplug your IPR valve and start the truck. If it starts, replace your IPR valve.
How do i get to it? looks like i have to remove turbo
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ok my batteries are good my ficm is good it reads 57.6 volts with key on and when cranking it stayed the same i took oil filter out started truck and oil starting coming into housing, oil level is good check all fuses that i know of and theyre all fine
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You need something to monitor with. a CTS or something else. Also you need to check for codes. We can sit here all day long a guess what would be wrong but until we have some diagnostics checks then we will just be fishing. almost any auto zone or advanced auto will check them fro free.
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You need something to monitor with. a CTS or something else. Also you need to check for codes. We can sit here all day long a guess what would be wrong but until we have some diagnostics checks then we will just be fishing. almost any auto zone or advanced auto will check them fro free.
true, you ned a monitor, but I dont think those generic code readers will work.

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