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Firing but not staying running

Alright need some help for a problem thatís kicking my butt. I have a 2006 6.0 that seems to want to start and fires but wonít stay running. Iím getting lots of white smoke when it attempts to fire. I though it was the glow plugs so replaced all of that. Still having the same issue. Any help would be appreciated.



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Only code that are showing on my sg2 are egr which is deleted and transfer case motor code.


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How much fuel in the tank?
Have you checked the fuel filter bowl to see if it's filling up.
Do you hear the fuel pump run when key on?

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Itís half a tank, and yes the fuel bowl is filling up.


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Here's a video of what my truck is doing
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Does the white smoke smell like fuel? When you removed the glow plugs, any sign of liquid? Does the truck pass the bubble test with the fuel bowl? How about FICM voltage? Is the scrolling display just a camera effect or do you see that on the odometer?

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Yes it smells like fuel, No liquid on the glow plugs, haven't tried the bubble test. Ill try that tomorrow, FICM voltage is showing 48 when the truck is key on. Its a camera effect
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When you turn the key to on do all 8 injectors chatter? My ficm went out and still showed 48 volts on the monitor, but didn't chatter on both banks just one side.

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Can't tell from the vid, but does the tach come up when cranking?
Curious if you have any fuel pressure? (I read about the bowl filling)
What are the ICP and IPR readings?
and is Sync staying on?

Disconnect the IPC sensor and try cranking
reasoning is that sensor changes from engine static, to engine running -- possibly shorting out

Oil pressure "gauge" on the dash reading when it starts?

Bubbles in the fuel rail, unless it is real bad, would only affect one bank of injectors
still worth pulling the bowl cover and checking -- use the fender jumper wire to crank the engine

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The scangauge is a very poor code reader. Download ForSan to your phone or laptop and get the OBDII adapter. Read the codes then. It may point to the bad injector(s).

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