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6.0 Starting problem

I stopped tonight and my 6.0 wouldn't restart for about two hours. No error codes on my message center or check engine light. Any suggestions? Does this model have the CPS problems that the 7.3's have?
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No CPS issues here. Wouldn't start "for" two hours or wouldn't start "after" two hours?
Oil level good? Fuel pressure good? Whats the temp. outside there?
Won't start at all even with a long crank - 30 seconds or so?

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what year is it ? could be ICP issues ?
hpop tube or something is common on 05 i hear.
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It isn't cold or anything. It wouldn't try to hit a lick until after it cooled off for a few hours. What the heck is an ICP?
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It's probably the High Pressure Oil Pump leak at the quick disconnect. I had mine replaced and it hasn't done it since. I spent about six months fighting with the dealership (it was a bad one) about the problem. I stopped shutting the engine down unless I knew I was going to be there a while... BTW, they now install a girdle on the HPOP to prevent it from recurring.

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Thanks Evil Eye. THat'll at least give me somewhere to start with the dealership so I don't get jerked around too bad. My truck is my office, so I can't afford much downtime. Luckily I still have my 2000 7.3 with over 300K on it to use!

Thanks for all the info guys!
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again, WHAT YEAR is it ? the ICP is injector control pressure, and the HPOP i mentioned is the high pressure oil pump.
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again, WHAT YEAR is it
He says its a 6.0 liter so what real difference does the year make here?

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Because

the '05 is WAY more common to have this issue then any other year.

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'05

Yes it is an '05. Here Clay.


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