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F250 spins over well will not start

2006 F250 with 6.0 engine. Replaced the IPR valve this morning, cranked fine and ran around for about 15 minutes. Shut engine off has not started since. No codes stored and when engine runs, it runs fine with no lack of power. Changed oil thinking HPOP low oil pressure cold oil would increase pressure still will not start. Problem started all of a sudden with no warning. Engine has 108,000 miles never had trouble with it.

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    warlock61 May 11, 2010

    did you change oil with factory filter? Does the oil pressure gauge take a long time to come up or not at all?

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Fuel pump module above spare tire, take tire down and look at it

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Sounds like a faulty crank sensor. Can also be caused by a faulty cam sensor.

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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.


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