6.0 powerstroke no start when hot
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- What can cause a 6.0 Powerstroke not to start?
- Where is the ICP sensor on a 6.0 Powerstroke?
- How do I know if my STC fitting is bad?
- Will the Ficm cause no start?
- What is the best year for 6.0 Powerstroke?
- What years did the 6.0 have problems?
- How do I know if my Ficm is bad?
- How long was the 6.0 Powerstroke made?
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What can cause a 6.0 Powerstroke not to start?
STC Symptoms Hard-starting is a solid indicator that the STC fitting is about to let you down, but specifically it’s excessive cranking on hot re-starts that represents the tell-tale sign. In the early stages of the failure, the engine will first fire up just fine
Where is the ICP sensor on a 6.0 Powerstroke?
As it relates to the FICM, there are a few other symptoms to mention. One would be a complete no start situation where the engine cranks over, but will not run. This may be related to either a completely failed power supply side of the FICM (20 volts or less output), or in some rare cases a failed logic side
How do I know if my STC fitting is bad?
To get the best 6.0 Powerstroke engine, you should look for the 2006-2007 year versions that come with the studs and also a set of injectors replaced by a reputable store to support their work.
Will the Ficm cause no start?
2003-2007 Ford SuperDuty Diesel Truck Problems & How to Fix Them. If you’re a diesel nut like me, you probably know that most people will steer clear of buying a 2003 to 2007 model year Ford Superduty Diesel truck. The 6.0L Powerstroke is known for having major problems.
What is the best year for 6.0 Powerstroke?
What a Failing FICM Looks and Sounds Like. When you aren’t getting 48-volts to the injector coils you get: hard starts, rough idle, loss of power, poor drivability, and excessive smoke out the tailpipe?and in cold weather each of those symptoms will be amplified.
What years did the 6.0 have problems?
INJECTION CONTROL PRESSURE – The ICP (Injection Control Pressure) Sensor is responsible for detecting the pressure of the oil feeding the injectors in the Ford 6.0 Powerstroke. A faulty ICP Sensor can cause all kinds of problems. Poor idle, stalling, surging, or not even allowing the engine to start at all.
How do I know if my Ficm is bad?
The 6.0L Power Stroke, was used in Ford Super Duty trucks until the 2007 model year but lasted until 2009 in the Ford Econoline vans (model year 2010) and in the Ford Excursion SUVs until after the 2005 models when Ford discontinued Excursion production.
How long was the 6.0 Powerstroke made?
Signs of a Faulty Ficm Relay
The most common and obvious sign of bad ficm relay is the hard starting of the vehicle, overheated relay, a clicking noise coming from the starter, and codes.
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6.0 No Start when hot Joined Jan 20, 2010 ·12 Posts Discussion Starter · #1 · Apr 15, 2010 Hi All I have a 2007 F 350 Now that when It gets hot It will not start. It has a new HPOP Fresh oil. When the engine is cold it starts fine with no problem. I checked it with a scanner and it is not building high oil pressure when hot. I can let it cool for a couple hours and it will crank and run until i shut it down then no start. Any Ideas where to start looking Thanks Jimmy Joined Mar 23, 2010 ·162 Posts hpop stc fitting or high pressure oil rail o ring leaking would be a good place to start Joined Nov 18, 2009 ·201 Posts Joined Jan 20, 2010 ·12 Posts Discussion Starter · #4 · Apr 16, 2010 Hi All Well I had a little time today and done a little checking. I know for sure that when the engine gets hot I am loosing High oil Pressure. The scanner showes it at 265 pounds. I pulled the sen out of the valve cover and installed a manual gauge and only had 260 pounds. I feel that is not an electrical problem. I will start doing the air checks tomarrow. What really gets me is that you can start it and run it all day as long as you do not shut it off. But ounce you shut it off it is not going to crank back until it cools down. Thanks All Jimmy Joined Feb 19, 2011 ·6 Posts I just bought a 2007 F350 also and I am experienceing the same problem. It runs great but if I shut it off it won’t start. I just got it back from the dealer yesterday. They replaced the sct fitting off the hpop and the plugs underneath the valve covers. Not sure, Is there anything else to look at? weak injectors? Joined Sep 3, 2005 ·5,830 Posts They just did the STC work and the dummyplugs and standpipes and it is still having warm start issues ,,,, is this correct, or are you wondering if they addressed all of the weak points? Joined Feb 19, 2011 ·6 Posts Yes, the dealer made it sound like those were the ares that were causeing my prob, but I just got back from driving it around for awhile, pulled in the driveway, shut it off and then won’t start again. So still having the same problem. Joined Sep 3, 2005 ·5,830 Posts The injector o-rings at the oil rail connection are also somewhat common leak points – especially if the oil rails are not re-installed properly. I would take it back and talk to them about getting it fixed – and they shouldn’t charge you any labor cost since they were into the system and didn’t fix it, IMO anyway. At a minimum, they should do the diagnostics for free and tell you if you still have low pressures in the high pressure oil system (ICP values). Get the engine good and hot before you take it to them and have them do the diagnostics right then (when it doesn’t start). Joined Feb 19, 2011 ·6 Posts I talked with the dealer again today. He said they replaced an injector and it is running the way it should now. I’ll pick it up tom and hopefully all is well. Joined Dec 18, 2011 ·73 Posts having same type issue I…
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05 6.0 starts cold, crank no start when hot 05 f350, 6.0, have bulletproof erg cooler and oil cooler, head studs, and a mild tuner. other then that pretty stock. starts fine when cold, on vacation driving fine, drive to the grocery store(15 mins away) shop, come out crank no start, AAA tow to a AAA certified shop, he replaces EGR valve and IPR sensor. ($1400) pick it up drive home all great for 3 days but never tried to start hot in those days cuz didn’t know it was a hot start problem, just thought it was a starting issue, and it was starting now. day 4 drive it around, park for 10 mins, crank no start. leave over night, starts, drive home, shut off, crank no start. leave overnight, starts fine. took it back to the shop he says it needs a new hpop, wants $3500, or all new injectors for $5k… i told him to pound sand. now its throwing a code, he says it says hpop, i go home, scan myself it says icp low voltage (which is the part he already replaced) go home, drink beer and watch hours of youtube…. next day start a formal complaint with AAA to refund my $1400 the mechanic stole from me… bought a scangauge2, cold: starts fine, i got ficm sync, ficm voltage is 48, ipr is between 15-85 starting, icp camp up i think to 800ish and truck started. icp gets up to about 3800 when driving hard, ipr gets to 83% when on it hard, floats all around the rest of the time, never below 15 or above 85. come back home from test drive, hot: got ficm sync, ficm volt is 48, ipr is in the right range, icp won’t get above 350. watch more youtube…. I’m thinking its the hpop stc fitting, disassemble truck, get hpop out, looks like i already got the new updated stc fitting, i guess the guys that bullet proofed my truck added that as one of the “since we are in here do you want us to do this too, it’ll only be $xx.xx more dollars” and of course i said sure to all that stuff….so i already have a new stc fitting. during all my youtube-ing, it sounds like the 05 hpops don’t really fail, like ever. so before i throw a $500 hpop at it, is there a way to bench test the hpop? is there something else i should be looking at with those symptoms, and how to check for that something else? do the updated stc’s ever go out? thanks in advance.
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6.0 crank no start hot… this is interesting – Ford Truck Enthusiasts Forums 6.0 crank no start hot… this is interesting #1 01-06-2022, 04:27 PM Join Date: Jan 2018 Posts: 14 Likes: 0 Received 0 Likes on 0 Posts 6.0 crank no start hot… this is interesting wondering if anyone has ran into this problem before…. crank no start hot, would start first thing of the day.. this was what i thought was going to be a classic HP oil leak when hot. pulled the ipr valve to put shop air and do leak test and found this…. has anyone had this cause a no start when hot? also no leaks found after airtest was done through IPR port, truck was cooled down a good bit by the time the air test was done… please let me know what everyone thinks and any help is much appreciated. Thanks in advance! Related Topics Thread Thread Starter Forum Last Post DaveenBavari 6.0L Power Stroke Diesel 19 05-28-2021 07:49 PM doninreno 1999 to 2016 Super Duty 09-23-2018 09:30 AM Mike1016 6.0L Power Stroke Diesel 26 07-19-2018 08:04 PM Brett6.0 6.0L Power Stroke Diesel 7 01-25-2016 12:29 AM alexisvfd 6.0L Power Stroke Diesel 14 08-08-2013 08:11 AM
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6.0 long crank when hot sometimes no start Joined Aug 5, 2021 ·13 Posts Discussion Starter · #1 · Aug 11, 2021 Hey guys I’ve been noticing my truck is doing the common no start hot as I understand when it’s a leak and no start the ipr goes up and icp pressure goes down but both are good while cranking over 600psi and ipr 32%-34% I have the fitting to put air into the system both the one for the icp and ipr but don’t really know how to do it and if my air comp will work also which fitting is better to use when doing the test please need help on what to check first before throwing parts and money rn is the only truck in using so need to fix it!!!!TIA Also it starts with starting fluid when she does that but don’t really like to use it Joined Aug 27, 2012 ·1,928 Posts First, never use starting fluid. You’re just asking for something to break using that. So let me be sure I understand, and for clarification for everyone else….you’re spinning the motor, trying to start it, and you’re seeing 600PSI on the ICP and 32-34% on the IPR. Is that correct? Or are those the numbers you’re seeing at idle? The reason I ask is when cranking with no leaks we will typically see 1200-1500 PSI and perhaps 50% or so on the IPR. When I see your numbers it’s usually at idle and with a minor leak. Anyway, to answer your question, IMO it’s best to use the IPR adapter to apply air. Most any air compressor will work, so long as you can get above 100PSI and have a big enough tank….you don’t want the compressor running when doing the test because you have to listen for leaks. So once it’s on and air is applied, listen for leaks through the oil fill tube and the CCV port on the drivers side. If you hear a leak which is loud on one side and quiet on the other, your leak is on the loud side. If you hear loud leaks on both sides, you probably have leaks on both sides. If you hear soft leaks on both sides then you probably have a leak in the HPOP area. You didn’t state what year you have, so it could be your J-tube or STC fitting, or even the HPOP seal itself. If you don’t hear any leaks at all I would then open up the oil filter, allow it to drain, and listen. If you hear a gurgle then the HPOP is bad. That is much less likely on an ’05 and up motor. What are you using to monitor? I’d be interested to see if you have sync and especially what your cranking RPMs are. One thing which is often overlooked is the cranking RPM….they won’t signal the FICM to fire the injectors if the RPMs are too low. It’s possible that by using ether (which ignites very easily and doesn’t need much compression to ignite) you’re making it spin just fast enough for the PCM to activate the FICM. Joined Aug 5, 2021 ·13 Posts Discussion Starter · #3 · Aug 11, 2021 First, never use starting fluid. You’re just asking for something to break using that. So let me be sure I understand, and for clarification for everyone else….you’re spinning the motor, trying to start it, and you’re seeing 600PSI on the ICP and 32-34% on the…
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6.0 PSD long crank cold, no start hot 03-31-2017, 02:52 PM #1 Tapatio Senior Member Join Date: Nov 2010 Location: California Posts: 1,002 Garage 6.0 PSD long crank cold, no start hot 2006 6.0 PSD with 136k. I started experiencing longer than normal crank times about 6 months ago. When cold it would take 4-5 seconds before the engine would start. A little faster when hot. Then one day it didn’t start at all when hot. Called my mechanic and he said, let it cool down, it will probably start. Ended up he was right. The general cause for this type of problem is a leak in the high presure oil system. The fuel injectors are actuated by high pressure oil (500psi-4000psi). The engine won’t start if the pressure is less than 500psi. The fix in my case was to replace the high pressure stand pipes and dummy plugs. According to my Ford mechanic this is a common issue for ’04 and later 6.0’s and the updated parts “never fail”. Moral of story is if you are in the middle of nowhere and you have the same symptoms, don’t drain your battery trying to start it, just wait a few hours and let the engine cool down.Updated stand pipes and dummy plugs https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LTBo541gqg0 __________________ __________________ 2006 E350 6.0PSD 5R110, SMB 4X4, RB-50, ARB lockers front/rear, Aluminess galore, AMP steps. Callsign KK6GIY 03-31-2017, 03:54 PM #2 Senior Member Join Date: Sep 2013 Location: Eugene, Oregon Posts: 1,073 Agreed with Tapatio, I had the same thing on mine. The cost isn’t bad if you’re already in there doing something else to the top end. Its a good proactive move. __________________ __________________ 2015 Chevy Express 3500 Duramax w/ Quigley 4×4 & Agile Fox shocks Sold 2005 E350 Chateau Quigley with Agile RIP, 6.0 PSD 03-31-2017, 04:08 PM #3 Senior Member Join Date: Aug 2016 Location: Reno, NV Posts: 1,418 Same thing happened on my 06 F250. Had it towed to the dealer. It started cold. Stand Pipes. Happened when I shut down the engine to order chicken nuggets at Burger King for the kids, who were in the back seat at the time. Kind of funny me pushing the rig backwards out of the drive through. Did get the food and they grubbed while waiting for Mom to come get us. __________________ Tim – 2013 EB V10 Agile 4×4 SMB PH Ginger Army All Terrain Mobile HQ 03-31-2017, 06:16 PM #4 Senior Member Join Date: Jan 2009 Location: Corvallis, OR Posts: 5,209 The updated stand-pipes may never fail, just beware that a leak anywhere in the HPO system, including cracks in the HPOP, will cause the same issues. And yes, good advice on letting it cool. Also a good reason to have an engine scanner that you can configure to show ICP (injection control pressure) and ICP duty cycle. __________________ 2000 E450 dually V10 wagon 03-31-2017, 06:58 PM #5 ShuttlePilot Senior Member Join Date: Aug 2012 Posts: 600 Hi Tapatio, Glad to hear you were able to get fixed and not have it happen somewhere in the middle of no where. It’s also cool that you shared one of Ron Huxell’s (A.K.A. dieseltechron) video’s. Since I prefer to change parts in my driveway at a…