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06-20-2019 07:12 AM
camshaftwillie OBS. Mechanical pump there. I’ll try that with a plug out of the rail. It won’t start or hit at all with ICP unplugged
06-19-2019 04:55 PM
Hydro Remove the ICP sensor and crank the engine over -- should squirt oil out, that will let you know if the hpop can pump oil

Fuel pump running?

Need a monitor to see what the PCM is reading -- Torque Pro , Forscan or others
06-19-2019 01:17 PM
camshaftwillie Awesome. Thank you!
06-19-2019 12:52 PM
Patrick Feeley If stuck open oil will be directed back to the crankcase. Cheers!
06-19-2019 11:58 AM
camshaftwillie No CEL. What happens when IPR is stuck open? Where does oil go?
06-19-2019 10:14 AM
Patrick Feeley Is the CEL illuminated? You may need to get a scanner on it to see what ICP and IPR Duty Cycle are doing while cranking. Do you know if you have good lube oil pressure? Cheers!
06-19-2019 06:56 AM
camshaftwillie The HPOP reservoir is not draining with cranking. I don’t think it’s delivering oil at all to anywhere.
06-17-2019 09:14 PM
camshaftwillie Checked IPR voltage and it’s good, also have a ground when key is on. Pulled one of the 5/8 plugs out of the oil rain and absolutely nothing came out. No pressure? Stuck IPR? Crapped out pump?
06-16-2019 08:39 PM
Hydro Short answer = yes

Check the voltage at the IPR connector with it disconnected -- if you want take a small size paper clip, straighten out one end, and slip that "probe" alongside the insulation from the rear of the connector -- it should slide in and touch the terminal -- you can then test voltage with the connector hooked up

Helps if you polish(round) the tip of the homemade probe to help it slide in easier and not damage the insulation
06-16-2019 07:45 PM
camshaftwillie Check voltage with IPR disconnected or leave it plugged in? Oil level is good.
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