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6.0 no start when hot.

Doesnt want to start when hot. Seems to be fine otherwise. Sometimes will shut off, and then no re-start. After cooling it will fire back up just fine. No apparent external leaks of any kind, runs great when running, plenty of fuel.

Any ideas? Being that I'm a 7.3 guy......well

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Re: 6.0 no start when hot.

Sounds like a STC fitting problem if its a 05 up truck. Otherwise you will need to datalog some stuff to go deeper

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Re: 6.0 no start when hot.

2005 truck. That the quick connect fitting I saw in the 6.0 sticky? Will this be an external leak, or internal?

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Re: 6.0 no start when hot.

STC fitting or ICP sensor.

If its STC the leak could go either way.

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Re: 6.0 no start when hot.

10-4 , thanks for the quick replies!

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Re: 6.0 no start when hot.

HPOP, branch tube, and/or STC fitting.
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Re: 6.0 no start when hot.

sounds like the fittings feeding the rails and not the STC fitting...
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Re: 6.0 no start when hot.

Dummy plugs in the ends of the high pressure oil rails under valve covers, Ford has updated plugs with better o rings. If it was a failed stc it would not start period!

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Re: 6.0 no start when hot.

could be an stc or ipr.id lean more towards stands pipes or dummy plugs.you can put air to the icp sensor and maybe hear a leak,everything is going to be internal.

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