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No issues at all. Now it cranks but no start.
Ipr 84%
icp 7-20

unplugged icp still no start. Sprayed starting fluid (very little enough to help batteries from dying)
Icp 100 ish.
Fault - too low icp during crank.
 

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I’m thinking that the oil was hot, and bled down. With wind here in Waco gusts current temp 70s, sat for two hours.
but if that was the case, I’ve cranked it for an hour, it would have started by now.
Longest crank 20 seconds
Fastest crank 400 rpm
 

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I’m thinking that the oil was hot, and bled down. With wind here in Waco gusts current temp 70s, sat for two hours.
but if that was the case, I’ve cranked it for an hour, it would have started by now.
Longest crank 20 seconds
Fastest crank 400 rpm
Your icp needs 500 to start.
Go to Troubleshooting a No-Start condition in the 6.0 technical section.
Bismic1 has a great write up for troubleshooting a no start.
 

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Unfortunately I was expecting something of a miracle.
I’m familiar with the 6.0 engines. With low icp during crank, and no other fault. I know I will have to dig into it.
malos unfortunately I am far from home up here in ft worth.
my tools are in my tool boxes, in the bed. So close yet so far away.
I’m going to try and not wing it, while winging it.
 

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Unfortunately I was expecting something of a miracle.
I’m familiar with the 6.0 engines. With low icp during crank, and no other fault. I know I will have to dig into it.
malos unfortunately I am far from home up here in ft worth.
my tools are in my tool boxes, in the bed. So close yet so far away.
I’m going to try and not wing it, while winging it.
Start by pulling the icp and checking the orings and the screen, clean it out while you're at it.
I had a similar problem, the icp orings blew (idk why, over torque?).... Then, after a "race type run" blew the screen..... Idk.... It's the damn design.
I just started simple, pull the Ipr, check and clean, pressure test if you can, even if there's a problem with the ipr, y' never know and the ipr is already out.

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Unfortunately I was expecting something of a miracle.
I’m familiar with the 6.0 engines. With low icp during crank, and no other fault. I know I will have to dig into it.
malos unfortunately I am far from home up here in ft worth.
my tools are in my tool boxes, in the bed. So close yet so far away.
I’m going to try and not wing it, while winging it.
Best of luck
 

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Found it the next day.
left side stand pipe.
o-ring completely failed. I haven’t had these 10 months and just like that, failed.
warranty from oreilly. I’ll post a picture of what it looked like.
I always keep it simple.
If
ICP LOW-
1 disconnect and try to start
-if it starts, then it’s the sensor, or possibly wiring.
-if it doesn’t start, then the readings are possibly true
(With ICP steps completed continue below)
IPR % goes above 80
-high possibility of oil leak, check system.
I followed my steps and found the leak with air pressure supplied to the ICP port with an air nozzle and rubber cone tip.
 
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