Help Needed 2003 6.0 Died on the freeway

Discussion in '911 Diesel Down! (Post only if your rig is broke)' started by not4show, Sep 11, 2012.

  1. not4show

    not4show SDD Junior Member

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    Driving along no issues, truck just died. Cranks no start.

    No Codes on edge tuner(stock mode, bought for guage pack)

    When cranking no RPM on dash.

    No smoke,

    FICM, TURBO, EGR, EGR cooler recently replaced

    Need help!!

    I don't have a scanner,
     
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  2. CHPMustang

    CHPMustang Senior Member

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    That's a stomper,one of the 6.0 guys will be along.
     
  3. Stroked68

    Stroked68 This is FORD Country

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    Crank position sensor?? Dont know alot about the 6.0's. I know on the 7.3's if that cps goes out yer dead! And all it is is a lil sensor.
     
  4. DaveBen

    DaveBen SDD Senior Member

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    There are several sensors that can kill a 6.0 if they fail. The 6.0 is NOT known for faulty CPS. More likely your HPOP is almost gone. If you don't get 500 pounds oil pressure, it will not fire the injectors. You NEED a scanner to find out, OR take it to a GOOD garage and have them scan it. Must be able to read CAN to scan a 6.0.

    Dave ;tu
     
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    JLDickmon ursus combibo

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    I think I'd agree with Dave on this one.. check the ICP value..
     
  6. KRISTOLSON

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    I have had this happen twice. First time it was the injection control pressure (icp) sensor and the second it was the fuel injector control module (ficm). They both cost about the same, $1200 or so. Both happened away from home so I had to let someone else work on it. The icm had more parts, less labor. icp sensor had more labor, less parts. Since you just changed your ficm I would hope that is not it. You wont get codes on your edge but the shop will be able to diagnose in seconds with their reader. $120 diagnosis charge is well worth it at a good shop. 6.0 parts are way too expensive to throw them at a problem!
     
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    Mine was the IPR (Injector Pressure Regulator), It's what regulates the High pressure oil, HPOP (high pressure oil pump) just moves fluid. If it fails open you'll never get the 500psi required for the ficm to fire the injectors.
     

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