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post #11 of 22 Old 05-07-2019, 06:46 PM
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Curious, I'm going through old threads on Dashboard, Dashboss and Torque Pro.... I'm curious if I can get a setup for EGT and fuel pressure for Dashboard? I see that Dashboss has the capability but it is sold out and kind of expensive. It is almost as if gauges are a thing of the past. What is the consensus on this these days?

I did test my ficm and the voltage was low. I changed it out and it seems much better but I still have a slight stumble/miss on the first start of the day but it is not as severe and not as long. Im looking forward to be able to test what else is going on.
Take a look at the Edge CTS2 with EGT probe and Fuel Pressure Sensor. Your prob sounds like it could be low fuel pressure.

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I got some data... any suggestions to add to the Dashcmd data? Still working on a way to see fuel pressure.
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If your route is I-90, Rocky Mountain Diesel in Missoula is great. They're also right off the Interstate off the reserve exit. I know of a lot of businesses come over from Spokane to have their vehicles taken care of.

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I had similar issues but mine was a combination of unfortunate events that I just did a write up on. My IPR harness melted and was creating an intermittent short. I went through the entire fuel system from engine back replaced filters, took my HFCM completely apart, new fpr spring, purged the lines with compressed air from the HFCM hoses to the tank and then forward to the fuel bowl.

Turned out being this guy the whole time:

Has your STC been changed?

I was thinking I was chasing a fuel issue when it was an electronic and HPO control issue all along.
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You really need a way to look at engine parameters ...... Otherwise take it in.

It could be the EGR (if you still have it), or the FICM or the ICP .... as others have mentioned.

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I called IPR about parts a couple days ago and got those exact words. I ended up buying an Insight rather than what I originally called looking for. Awesome experience and honest conversation got the point across that I needed to know more about what’s going on that just coolant temps.
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Do you still have your old injectors or did you send them in as cores? Trying to get my hands on another set to rebuild and have on the shelf for when mine start acting up.

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I think everything is looking really good with what I can see in Forscan - but I still need a way to check fuel. I'm going through the fuel system this week and check the pressure and install a new blue spring kit and recheck (mine was done 75,000 miles ago). One thing sticking out in my mind is how the o-rings looked like they were being sucked off the injectors. I'm going to drop the fuel tank, clean it out, clean the tank screens and maybe install a new HFCM or aftermarket pump and sump. It is going to suck but after 100,000 miles it is probably time and there is nothing left to change. I'm not driving it until the fuel system is sorted out.

Curious, does anyone believe in the 6.4 banjo bolt upgrade for the 6.0?

Sorry Powersmoke07, but the injector cores went in...
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No worries.

I've got 6.4 banjos, Idk that they make a difference, I put them on like 10 years ago...which reminds me, like you my fuel spring is probably getting due for a new one, 75k on mine as well

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The 6.4 banjos do not have the checked orifice in them like the originals do -- the check is in there to keep pulsing vibration out of the fuel system -- will this change hurt the injectors? not sure, but the Engineers thought the check valve was a good idea

That said, the check valve will wear over time and either stick or leak back too much fluid -- replacing likely a good idea

The fuel regulator valve will wear as well and cause low fuel pressure / leaking back to tank issues

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if you can swing it the new adjustable bule spring is a pretty sweet add on so you can keep fp in range...75k on mine now too now that i think about it
but it still hangs at 62 to 64 and only drops to 55 at wfo with 4,000# of hpo up hill
but i am about due
one thing i notice and i am sorry that i do not have more experience with my ficm i have had 2 rebuilt but thats about it but your ficm logic being at 24 volts?
i thought i read somewhere and probably a couple years ago so pardon the quetionable memory
but shouldnt the logic side not be over like 12.5 or 13 volts?
and again i could be wrong but it seems i read that in here somewhere maybe 3 years ago now

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