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I have a 2006 F250 6.0 , That's been to a couple different shops with no luck at all . First things was all my problems started after we switch the oil cooler . After that I kept getting a ICP code so I switched it and the pigtail as well . So then I started to notice when I left for work after about driving 5-10 miles it would fall flat on its face . No smoke at all or engine light . I could pull over turn the truck off for litterly 15 seconds . Start it right back up and it wouldn't act up again till the next morning . After a few days it kept getting worse till finally it just quit on the highway ,After letting it cool off some it made it home

I have tried the following Hot shot fuel treatment per directions
and a very small amount of hot shots stiction eliminator

Has any one had a similar problems
Speedometer Gauge Automotive design Vehicle Steering part
, IM really at a lost Picture shows my foot through the floor
 

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1. Get FORScan scanning software for Fords (free) and an OBDII reader.

2. DO NOT throw parts at it . . . if you must, then make them Motorcraft parts. 7.3s are quite particular about their sensors.

3. Come back with the codes. Lots and lots of smart people here!


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Yes its my buddys scanner from snap on , I forget the number nut it was a icp code 2285 I think he i remember right
 

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The original oil cooler leaked, and I did borrow my buddies scanner cause he has 12k for a scanner and I don’t lol . Yes the pigtail had two loose connections
Just seems odd it pretty much shuts down after it warms up, maybe a voltage issue ? Im close to Dayton Ohio. There isn’t really any diesel shops around
 
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