6.0 Powerstroke Crank No Start No Oil Pressure. He is on 12 hour days and i am on 12 hour nights so we will have to wait til sat. Seems like a low injector control pressure situation.
Discussion starter · #1 · apr 21, 2010. The starter should crank during the test, or there is a wiring problem. Extended crank for about 20 seconds the pressure starts to climb slightly and when it hits approx.
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Hello, i have a 2003 f350 6.0, i am at a loss with this truck. Also, watch out for the icp circuit fuse. Extended crank for about 20 seconds the pressure starts to climb slightly and when it hits approx.
Inspect The Egr Valve Because The 6.0L Powerstroke Engine Will Encounter A Starting Problem If The Egr Is Dirty Or Damaged.
Low base engine oil pressure can cause low icp pressure. According to the 6.0 bible, the pressure is over 700 psi. By a bad icp injection control pressure sensor located under the turbo which fails due to heat or a failed hpop high pressure oil pump and or a failed ipr injection.
Intermittent Crank No Start On A 6.0 Powerstroke.
This thing has been down for 2 months. The starter should crank during the test, or there is a wiring problem. Ask any questions that will help me get to the answer.
Cranks Okat Around 150 Rpms But No Oil Pressure At Dash Gauge.
Basically i am looking for the most useful info on finding out why my truck isnt starting. The intermittently no start on powerstroke usually high pressure oil system leaking. If they pull the lpop.
Okay Guys, Here We Go Again.
I recently done diagnostic test on ford f350 truck, intermittent no start and it has longer crank all the time for about 3 seconds long. 6637, straight pipe into dual stacks. With the key on there is no oil pressure.