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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 03-05-2015, 02:02 AM Thread Starter
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So first a little background. I have a 2006 6.0 with 117,000 miles on it. I knew it was about time to change the EGR cooler and oil cooler and had the parts ordered. Well my FICM ended up dying on me and so I went ahead and sent the FICM in to be rebuilt and changed out the oil cooler, egr cooler to aftermarket with tubes and put it all back together and installed a coolant filter. The truck wouldn't start and I wasn't getting any faults running scan tool on it. Everything was showing that it should start. Ended up having it towed to the dealer. They called and said according to our computer it should run. I told them I knew that and that's why it was in their shop. Well he asked the Ford Mechanic hotline and someone told him to remove the glow plugs and watch the injectors. All injectors on drivers side were bad so they changed them out and test drove it. On the test drive 2 on the passenger side died so I had them change all 4 on that side also.

Well a month down the road I noticed an oil leak. When I got to looking into it the leak was coming from beneath the oil cooler housing. I pulled it apart and the gasket on the oil cooler housing was leaking and had a small spot in it that had the leak. I replaced it and put it all back together. Now the truck will not start.

I am getting codes P0264, P0267, P0270, P0273 and P0282. I have double checked the ficm plugs and all are tight. All the injector plugs seem tight. My question is should I pull them all off, clean them with electrical cleaner, apply some dielectric grease and put it all back together? I pulled the batteries and had them tested and they tested good but just a little low on the cold cranking amps.
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Re: 2006 6.0 No Start

Are you getting over 500 icp pressure when cranking?

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Re: 2006 6.0 No Start

Yes on the ICP. Getting well over 500 ICP.
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keep trying to crank it, may have air in the system.

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Make sure those batteries don't get weak, will ruin the ficm.

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Re: 2006 6.0 No Start

I have cranked it ALOT. I keep the charger on the batteries at jumps start level when cranking. The FICM is giving correct voltage, it never drops below 48. I think it has to be in plugs somewhere. I am pulling them all and just wondering if the dielectric grease is a good idea.
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Re: 2006 6.0 No Start

If you're absolutely certain you put all of the connections back on properly then my best guess would be to try unplugging the ICP and see if it runs. Otherwise, I'd say just triple check all connections. Oh, and dielectric grease is great for a lot of connections, but really not needed on most of those in your engine compartment due to their built-in o-rings.

May also want to check your fuel pressure.
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