Low pressure oil was always good before the incident, and high pressure oil also was really good before hand, no long starts or anything weird.
This is what I believe also, but there have been a few cases where it SEEMS that a failed IPR might have caused 0 ICP. Even though there are one (maybe two) threads on it, I am still very skeptical. IMO, there are several factors at play in those cases (ie not just the IPR).Ford hasnt looked at it yet, happened yesterday, saturday. Hopefully hear something these week. My first thought was a low pressure oil issue, with a 0 icp thow.
Let's hope the ending isn't the same as the other guy on FTE...Anything that might COMPLETELY block the oil flow to the high pressure system, or cause it to completely drain out of the high pressure oil system while the LPOP is pumping, would cause 0 ICP.
Oh...not much - he just found a needle bearing from a failed lifter in his LPO regulator. So, he went from "my truck died in the store parking lot" to "I need a new short block..."what happened with the other guys, got me worried now haha
Well, one who pays attention to things could probably pick up on a lifter headed south, but you'd be surprised. A lot of folks on here wouldn't bat an eye at a truck running on 7 cylinders either LOLOl, ya well hopefully thats not my case. Although my motor is still under warranty. You should know before hand a bad lifter thow wouldnt ya? Popping out intake or something, my truck sounded pretty good after the build.
No dude 6 is how many spark plugs it takes, like duh 🤪Wait - It's a 6.0, so 6 cylinders, right?