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I have an 05 f350 with 04 6.0 psd. I just got it a week ago knowing it needed an hpop. I used ether to get it started and drove it home and to work the next day. I was driving and it shut off on me. Hasn’t started since and it’s been a week. I just did the hpop and still crank no start. I just got the scan gauge II today and programmed it. Everything reads normal with key on engine off. But no icp values at all. When cranking the fmp doesn’t go below 47 and I get sync. Upon programming it the website says icp won’t work and to use icv. Idk what those values should be. But I’d really like to see icp to see if it’s building correct pressure. Now while I’m cranking the motor I see ipr get up to 84.7. I’m not sure if that’s bad. I do know I have a low batteries and a bad one. So I am getting the one charged and the bad one replaced. This is my first diesel and I don’t know anything about them. Any help would be nice. I also have an email out to scan gauge to see why I can’t use icp and I will be calling them tomorrow as well. PLEASE HELP!!!
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it is best to replace batteries in pairs on diesels, because the old battery will drag the new one down to the condition of the old one.

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Welcome to the nation. we only replace one battery at a time on our ambulances but on my personal truck I always do both. seen to many times where one goes bad and damages the other even if its not apparent at first.

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it is best to replace batteries in pairs on diesels, because the old battery will drag the new one down to the condition of the old one.
I replaced both batteries. Tried again today. Removed hpop again just to make sure I didn’t forget anything.
Fmp normal
Flp 12 volts
Icp volts about .3 up to .5 when cranking
Icp n/a
Ipr 14.8 koeo
Ipr 84.7 while cranking
Sync good
I don’t know what else it could be. Might have to tow it to diesel mechanic this weekend. Really didn’t want to have to do that but I’ve done all I can do with my lack of knowledge of Diesel engines.
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Welcome to the nation.

If you are saying your IPR is reading 84.7% then you have a helluva high pressure oil leak.

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Welcome to the nation.

If you are saying your IPR is reading 84.7% then you have a helluva high pressure oil leak.

Sent from my super awesome outdated Samsung phone while waiting for masakimms# 500mA overdraw draw to catch fire which turd will be blamed for and we will be sitting on dustybumpers tailgate watching the fire and plotting against yommy.
So I took it to the shop. The icp pressure is reading 300 to 350. The mechanic told me dummy plugs and stand pipes.
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