I had another thread started but more issues have come up and are now consistant.
Truck specs: 03 6.0L ZF6 4x4 100K, blue spring, 4in DP back,
All my temps are spot on high 180s to low 190s never more then 5* apart during around town driving and highway speeds empty. FICM reads 47.5-48.5 at all times and batt voltage is 13.7-14.5 at all times, on start up its drops to 10.9 then back up to normal.
Issues: When the truck is cold starts fine and runs normal.
Once up to operating temp the truck is smoking black out the tailpipe at little accleration, and when i come to a stop the truck have what seems like a missfire/double fireing injector.
When driving down the road the injectors make a funny sound between gear shifts(i have a manual) When i push the clutch in and let off the throttle the engine RPMs dont come down right away like normal they seem to "race up" and gain about 100 RPM. I have been shifting the same since i bought the truck. and if i just let off the throttle the truck seems to keep on pulling for a few seconds before the injectors quiet down.
If i shut the truck off and try to start it when its hot it will crank like normal but sounds like its starving for fuel and does not come right up to idle speed(see vid below).
My EGT's are normal but the truck feels like its starting to lose power. Milage is down.
I have ICP voltage and ICP/HPOP pressure on my scangague and my ICP/HPOP pressure seems a bit off. At idle the gauge reads 640-660 for pressrue and the ICP voltage reads .8-.9.
But when i start to drive down the road both are out of spec. the ICP voltage never goes above 2.3 and the ICP/HPOP never goes above 1300 and it drops to about 900 when i roll into the throttle.
I have no codes on my scangauge that its picking up and i have no lights on the dash. I changed fuel filters last night and saw no change from them.
Cold start vid:
Hot start vid:
Hot idle vid:
Im at a complete loss here boys. Im leaning toward a bad ICP sensor and a couple bad injectors, but im not 100% I think my worst thoughts would be a failing HPOP..