Today we get to work on the hated 6.0 liter ford powerstroke diesel. In any event, the “flight recorder” showed that there was good hp oil pressure while cranking, but sensor signals were not getting to the pcm to tell the injectors to fire.
Nothing but clean oil came out.
60 powerstroke crank no start no oil pressure. Buddy of mine just towed his f350 2005 in my driveway.has zero oil pressure when turning over scanned and has multiple codes starting with all injector cicuit low codes,then to injector control pressure to low.does this sound like a oil pump. Other wise your hpop could be draining back somehow or possible. Got towed in as a cranks but wont start vehicle.
6.0 powerstroke crank no start no oil pressure. I pulled the lube oil pressure regulator and found no evidence of a pump malfunction. I have done my own diag and only code is p2291.
Pced test m leads to a faulty high pressure pump. I checked it with a scanner and it is not building high oil pressure when hot. And then replace the high pressure pump again.
Sounds like maybe a weak lpop? Egr valve, if stuck open over 60% can cause a no start. Then it sounds like a problem with the high pressure oil pump or icp pump.
Pulled oil filter and had someone crank it while i held down the oil return. I then looked into the oil filter housing and it was empty. If you have a 6.0 powerstroke no start and no base oil pressure this may help identify the problem.
With this video i show how i look for and try to isolate why the injection pressure won't build up enough to run the engine.help me keep helping you! If the no start is accompanied by a popping or uneven cra. Stalled while driving now crank no start.
Discussion starter · #1 · jul 23, 2011. No visable rise of oil after 30 secs. Make sure the engine oil isn't low.
Got towed in as a cranks but wont start vehicle. Lets checked the ficm and high pressure. 0.0 oil pressure with my gauge on crank.
I suspect that the oil drain in the bottom of the filter housing is stuck open. The standpipes and dummy plugs in each head for the high pressure oil supply to injectors are the most likely problems. Check fuel quality, electric fuel pump pressure and fuel pump inlet restriction.
I just pulled the lpop pressure regulator spring nothing in the pathway. Hard start cold or hot leak in the high pressure oil circuit, takes excessive cranking to build minimum icp pressure, see icp. The glow plugs should pull approximately 160 amps total on a cold start, which
I have a 2013 f350 6.7 crank no start. Its a allen plug on the super duties i believe. If your lpop isnt putting out pressure at idle it wont fill the hpop res and the truck wont start if the hpop res is empty, next time it dies like that and wont start pull the plug on top of the hpop res and see if there is oil in there.
#8 · may 5, 2013. Cranking speed should be 175 rpm cold and 215 rpm warm. The cold no start would not likely be the result of a bad hpop.
Also there is a tsb about bleeding air: Shop had replace the high pressure pump and f pcv. I unplugged the icp and somehow it went to 12.0 0_o with no increase after several long cranks.
The repair was the replacement of the engine wiring harness.