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2006 FICM voltage

Good old intermittent start whether hot or cold. When normal key turned on 48V. When no start condition notice voltage delays. in high 20's before achieving the full 48V. Ficm or external?
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This post is a little confusing. "No start condition" what do you mean? Have you tested the voltage while your cranking the motor? When you say high 20's is this while it's cranking or after the engine has started?
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Voltage when cranking.. Once started will achieve normal voltage. Drove 40 miles last nite and started normal.
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Change the FICM power board or the FICM itself. Low FICM voltage kills injectors. I wouldn't wait very much longer.
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Change the FICM power board or the FICM itself. Low FICM voltage kills injectors. I wouldn't wait very much longer.
Yep, and it's pretty easy to do. I chose the TechSmart board and I haven't seen below 48.5 since installation.

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Have 3 Ficm boards from previous issues. Going to sweat solder joints on all my boards. Not an issue as been electronic tech for 40 some years. Have a 2003 and 04 f350 . Between the two have 1.1km on them. 700k miles. 04/06 motor I did hpop and plugs and pipes. It is running with original EGR oil cooler etc.. All original. Was wondering if my standpipe orings were giving out. Used to snap when started. Now bit sluggish. Don't have scanner so if hpo issue may just plumb pressure gauge on IPR port.
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