Does it start up fine when the engine temp is cold??
I got an engine light but no codes pop up.if you didnt get a engine light I would check oil level first, fuel filter, fuel pressure, another thing to check is the cam sensor. easy way to check that is turn the truck over and see if the rpm gauge moves. if it moves it is working. if not it could be the cam sensor.
On a friends truck he blew the fuse for the electronics.
Im still learning about these trucks myself but its easy stuff to check first I guess.
It was doing a long crank to start it started when I was at work and I came home and replaced the cps and took it out then it died then I put the old cps in but know it wont even cold start without a little help.Does it start up fine when the engine temp is cold??
I know only certain scanners will work with our trucks. I found that out the hard way trying to read data streams. Several folks on here also told me this. Also check the maxi fuse under hood for fuel heater. i think it might be position 22 but not 100 percent sure. I have heard of fuel heaters shorting out and poping that fuse.I got an engine light but no codes pop up.
I dont have a fuel heater I took it out because the wires broke on it. Also I checked the fuel sensor that you unplug while the engine is running and it made no difference when trying to start. Everything was all good before I played with the cps is there a special way to install it?I know only certain scanners will work with our trucks. I found that out the hard way trying to read data streams. Several folks on here also told me this. Also check the maxi fuse under hood for fuel heater. i think it might be position 22 but not 100 percent sure. I have heard of fuel heaters shorting out and poping that fuse.
I tried using actron autoscanner plus and I also tried using torque pro. The check engine light went away but it still wont fire unless you help it a little.There is no fuel sensor that has any effect on how the engine runs.
What brand of CPS did you install?
What device did you use to attempt to obtain the codes?
Do you have a link to this or should I just search for it. I just cant believe everything seemed good I mean it was long cranking but every one told me to drive it 50 miles to get air bled out and we beat it for a little but know it wont even start.Aftermarket CPS are iffy; probably best that you reinstalled the old one.
Torque app on android is supposed to work, but NOT with the "standard" OBD-II codes. There's another thread here on the Nation about how to program the Torque app to work with our trucks. I _think_ they've found a way to obtain diagnostic codes.
Thanks I appreciate it. I was thinking of taking it to a shop to get diagnosed but I don't know how much they will charge to look at it and figure out what's wrong.
Actually checked the hpop res by taking out the oil pressure sensor and the hpop res was full.Without some data we won't be much help. I'm going on a long shot here but it sounds to me like a high pressure oil issue.
Well I was watching my ICP and it says its 580 to 590 it was bouncing up and down. I got a new cps from international and a new pig tail wasted $65 because it didnt help at all really. Truck still wont start on its own. My GPR is hot when the truck is running is that normal?Torque will not read codes on the OBS last I looked.
use cargaugepro to read codes
if you have the correct PIDs in torque you should be able to watch ICP to determine if it is out of range
No, not after 1-2 minutes. It should cycle off after a minute or two, and after that it should NOT be hot. It really shouldn't be that hot (warm, maybe, but not "hot") while it's energized.My GPR is hot when the truck is running is that normal?
Well what's could be making it hot a shorted valve cover I mean the truck runs great when started it just won't start. I checked the icp I replaced the whole fuel system batteries cps starter gpr I'm tearing my hair out it used to be a long crank to start know that don't even work. I did replace the thermostat and the housing is leaking a bit but that shouldn't hurt.No, not after 1-2 minutes. It should cycle off after a minute or two, and after that it should NOT be hot. It really shouldn't be that hot (warm, maybe, but not "hot") while it's energized.