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Http://youtu.be/T1hf7bPjCEk It won't start in the mornings but starts the rest of the day just fine once started. I don't know how to explain it, please watch the video.


Just did a 2010. 6.0 diesel. Inter cooler problems, ran bad, but ran. Fixed it and had a no start. Keyed it several times and started, started the rest of the day, So we shipped it out to the customer. Came back with no start. Through the scanner on it and no codes. But we weren't getting the oil pressure to start the engine. (takes 500 psi) Cycled the IPR solenoid a dozen times and finally got pressure and started. Replaced it and it hasn't been back. I have worked on plenty of 7.3's and always looked at the IPR solenoid first for no starts. Even told the boss to check the IPR when it came back. He told me 6.0 were different beasts. IPR solenoids aren't cheap, I would put it on a scanner to make sure.

Apr 07, 2015 | Cars & Trucks

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Where is start inhibit relay location on 99 arnage


is this any good to you
http://faculty.ccp.edu/faculty/dreed/campingart/jettatech/nocrankdiag/latestarter.jpg

Jun 03, 2014 | 1999 Bentley Arnage

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Po193 is registering an unpassable emission reading. What should we do?


This fault code is indicating a fault in your fuel rail pressure sensor. It is a very common fault with this model, usually just replacing the fuel pressure sensor that is located on your fuel rail will fix the fault. Here is a discription of it and location:

The Injection Pressure Sensor (IPS) :

  • is attached to the fuel injection supply manifold.
  • uses a replaceable O-ring seal.
  • senses the fuel pressure of the fuel injection supply manifold.
  • is referenced to the intake manifold vacuum.
  • sends electronic signals
REMOVAL

  1. Disconnect the battery ground cable. For additional information, refer to Battery.
  2. Relieve the fuel system pressure.
  3. Disconnect the fuel line from the IPR.
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Disconnect the IPR electrical connector and the vacuum tube.

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  1. Remove the IPR.
    • Remove the bolts.
INSTALLATION

  1. To install, reverse the removal procedure. NOTE
    • Before installing the IPR, inspect and lubricate the O-ring seal with clean Super Premium SAE 5W-30 motor oil XO-5W30-QSP or equivalent meeting Ford specification WSS-M3C153-G.
    • Hand-tighten the bolts before applying the final torque.
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Hope helps.

Sep 22, 2011 | 2003 Ford Freestar

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1999 VW GOLF 4 CODE P1582 AND P0171 NEED HELP


just clean the throttle body... or use seafoam

http://faculty.ccp.edu/faculty/dreed/campingart/jettatech/p1582/index.htm

Apr 30, 2010 | 1998 Volkswagen Jetta

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WHERE IS THE IPR LOCATED ON THE ENGINE ?


The "IPR" is and Injector Pressure Regulator. It is a Solenoid used to control the oil pressure created by the High Pressure Oil Pump. The IPR is capable of regulating oil pressure from 0 to 5000 psi. On an 05 6.0l the IPR is located in rear, top, center of the engine in the High pressure oil pump. It can be identified by its gold color. It sticks out of the side of the pump pointing toward the driver side of the truck. It has a 2 wire plug that is held on by a metal clip. usually the ipr and plug are protected in a heat shield so you may not be able to see it right away. Some people mistake and IPR for and ICP. The ICP is a sensor that tells the PCM what the High oil pressure is. ICP stands for Injector Control Pressure. This sensor is located in the passenger side valve cover on and 04, 05 6.0l and in the top of the High pressure oil pump on an 03 6.0l.

Nov 06, 2008 | 2006 Ford F-250 Super Duty

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P1211 DTC


Loss of power, usually after a hard acceleration; Rough idle; Check engine light comes on, DTC P1211:
Intermittent high pressure oil leakage.
This condition usually occurs when the vehicle is cold and the oil is thick. When performing a hard acceleration, the truck suddenly looses power, the check engine light comes on, and once returning to idle the engine runs rough and won't accelerate. Cycling the key may correct the concern, clearing the code from the PCM will correct it temporarily. If you can monitor data stream, at idle the ICP pressure normally is 400-700 PSI and the IPR duty cycle is 9-14%; at cruise, ICP is 700-1200 pSI and IPR is 15-20%; under normal acceleration, ICP is 1200-2000 PSI and IPR is 20-30%; and under WOT accel, the ICP is up to 3600 PSI and the IPR is 35% or higher. When the above symptom occurs, typically the idle ICP reading will be normal, but the IPR duty cycle will be high--over 20% and up to the max 50%. A "blow-by" condition has occured somewhere in the HP oil circuit. If you can get the problem to re-occur with some frequency, the most probable cause is worn or deteriorated injector or IPR o-rings. If the problem is intermittent, it could be a sticking IPR valve. Replace the injector o-rings with the latest-level kits--F8TZ-9229-AA. When replacing the IPR, make sure you get the correct part for the build date/serial number of your engine.

Jun 04, 2008 | 2002 Ford F250 Super Duty SuperCab

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