What year truck? Need to know that code to narrow it down.
Its 1996 f350. Is it a obd2?What year truck? Need to know that code to narrow it down.
Here's the YouTube vid of the truck cranking. Actually sounds more like a knock than a tick.Vid link does not work, how about posting to youtube, then posting the link here
Knock when cranking and no oil pressure, sounds like a rod bearing to me
Def should be oil in the HPOP reservoir if the engine has any oil pressure at all
the "gauge" sensor is on the hpop reservoir and trips at 5-7 psi
All you done is mess with the HPOP ? nothing else ?
and the engine ran fine before ?
just trying to get some context
Ah okay, good to know. Ill do that test sooner or later, probably when I get the lpop in. I just ordered it for the heck of it. Yeah I figured I was cranking too much, thats probably why I killed the other starter... oops.Try to read the code that is stored in the PCM... that would help tremendously with diagnostic.
HPOP loosing prime probably has something to do with the check valve assembly that you fiddled with.
The HPOP reservoir should have oil no lower than 1" from the top of the inspection plug.
Also by opening up the HPO system, it can take a lot of cranking and then driving to purge the air from the HPO system. With air in the HPO system you can get all kinds of funny noises and running conditions.
I'd suggest removing the valve covers and while cranking look for oil coming from each injector spout... no oil means the injector(s) isn't firing.
PS.... holy hell... try to limit cranking for 5-10 seconds at a time, otherwise you'll be buying a new starter sooner than later. Also have the batteries on a charger to keep them topped off while cranking a bunch of times.
Looking in the reservoir while cranking should have got you an eye full of oil -- sounds like the LPOP is not working at all
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ordered the Kubota sealant just now, the rest is on my Gotta Do List.
First person on here that has said they are gonna use the Kubota stuff
Little bit expensive, depending on where you purchase -- but really good stuff
There are likely other manufactures, but was the best I ever found in all my years -- the dealer I worked at Case-IH also sold Kubota so was easy for me to get
There are a lot of Case and Case-IH tractors with that stuff on the transmission surfaces
There is also a "runny" version that is the only sealer that would hold on a Case 2590 transmission housing -- tried everything that was available to me