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post #1 of 22 (permalink) Old 05-16-2017, 03:36 PM Thread Starter
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Ready to burn it to ground!
1995 Ford 7.3 Super duty
Went to take wife to,work.pulle dout of drive made it 3/4 mile down road truck shut off like i had shut the key off.
This is what i have done so far.
Changed cps with kgo. No
changed icp wkgo. Ng
Removed and cleaned IPr
Checked hpop oil pressure 2600 psi while cranking.
Checked fuel pressure coming out of secondary pump 65 psi.
Bought foxwell code reader checked codes.
The only code is p0606. Which is bad pcm. Took it out and brought it to fprd they checked it found to be bad. Lucky for me was still under warranty got new one.
Installed still,no start.
Ran buzz test on injectors came back al good.
Did live read everything looked goe

Help would be greatly appreciated
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Ready to burn it to ground!
1995 Ford 7.3 Super duty
Went to take wife to,work.pulle dout of drive made it 3/4 mile down road truck shut off like i had shut the key off.
This is what i have done so far.
Changed cps with kgo. No
changed icp wkgo. Ng
Removed and cleaned IPr
Checked hpop oil pressure 2600 psi while cranking.
Checked fuel pressure coming out of secondary pump 65 psi.
Bought foxwell code reader checked codes.
The only code is p0606. Which is bad pcm. Took it out and brought it to fprd they checked it found to be bad. Lucky for me was still under warranty got new one.
Installed still,no start.
Ran buzz test on injectors came back al good.
Did live read everything looked goe

Help would be greatly appreciated
Something is up...

I've always heard/read (and a quick google search says) HPOP oil pressure while cranking s/b somewhere around 500psi...

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Yeah, I don't think you should see 2600 while cranking..????

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Thanks dead headed the hpop pump found 0 lbs by gauge last night from the drivers side supply line to the head. Ordering a ipr today have it by saturday. Hopefully its not the pump.
The high pressure reading was thru the code reader live setting. Did old fashioned gauge test and that is what i found with icp plugged and unplugged.
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2600 psi isn't bad while cranking. It just mean it's building up and not starting. You will get these pressures if it doesn't start.

With only seeing 0 psi is weird. You should see some pressure. I personally don't think it's the ipr.
My vote is the pump. But is the hpop reservoir full?

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Yes it is full to 1/2 in from the top
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Showing 2600psi from the computer and 0 from mechanical gauge means either the icp is bad or the mechanical gauge is broken. My bet would be the icp. Now since the mechanical gauge is showing 0, it means a hpop is not making any pressure. Even if the ipr was wide open, it should still build around 150-200psi. Check the gear bolt that's inside the front cover, behind the inspection plate, above the water pump, and see if it backed out.

If it is one of those 1 in a million things, that the pump actually failed and isn't building any pressure (which seriously almost never happens), then a factory replacement pump is about $600 online, or a t500 pump for $500. You might also be able to send it to terminator and they can test it to see what's going on with it.

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Ok will check that out when i get home from work. Thanks for the advice will let you know what i find. With the luck iI have been having lately I will be the one i a million😃
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Have you tried pulling the plug on the icp and trying to start it? Could eliminate that as a possibility

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Changed the ipr out getting pressure now. Shot streak of oil across the yard. Still wont start. To a rag with a little gas on it to see if it would fire. It back fired caught rag on fire. Is it possible that it broke a timing gear or sheared a bolt on cam gear.
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