I have a 2002 f350 cewcab 4x4 dually 6 speed and it wont start at all i got plent of diesel but wont start got diesel on the fuel filter fuel pump is work well what could it be i got 1212 code on it Injector Control Pressure Not Detected During Crank could that be the probem
I had to replace my oil pressure regulator sensor it contols the oil pressure required to have the injectors open and spit fuel, if you replaced it and still no start replace the the cam position sensor
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Every diesel has an electric solenoid that shuts the fuel off when you turn the key off. I suspect that is your problem but I don't know where it is exactly on a Ford. It should be mounted on or near the injector pump.
that fuse powers pcm fuel heater and some other things. when the fuse blows the pcm shuts down. causing it to not run. usually its the heater that is bad. it is located at the back driver side by the fuel pump. you can unplug it and see if it starts. if so you will need to replace the heater
2. Check the fuse for fuse # 30. This is the fuse for the: Fuel Heater (Diesel only), Wastegate Solenoid (Diesel only) Injector Driver Module Relay Coil (Diesel only)
3. It is not uncommon for the fuel bowl heater (little wire in the bottom
of the fuel bowl) to go bad. If the fuse is burnt, you can pull the
small plug on the back of the fuel bowl to get around a bad fuel bowl
As far as fuel leaking, a common problem is the water separator valve
behind the fuel bowl. There are o-rings in there that tend to go,
especially now that we're burning the ulsd. Do a search on water
separator, and you'll find volumes of information and how-to's to swap
out the o-rings.There's other reasons that you could have a fuel leak, but that is where I would start first. And welcome to The Diesel Stop.
YOU MAY HAVE WATER IN THE FUEL FILTER BOWL. REMOVE THE PLASTIC TOP ENGINE COVER AND UNDERNEATH YOU WILL SEE A BLACK ROUND PLASTIC FUEL FILTER COVER. UNSCREW THIS AND SLOWLY REMOVE IT WITH THE KEY IN THE OFF POSITION. REMOVE THE FUEL FILTER AND LOOK UNDER IT TI SEE IF THERE IS WATER ON THE BOTTOM OF THE BOWL. SOAK IT UP WITH A RAG OR SPONGE. THEN FILL IT UP WITH DIESEL FUEL AND REPLACE THE FILTER WITH A NEW ONE MAKING SURE TO USE THE GASKET THAT IT COMES WITH. GOOD LUCK. KEEP ME POSTED. THANKS FOR USING FIX-YA. AND THANK YOU IN ADVANCE FOR AN HONEST RATING.
If its cold it will not like to start try plugging it in a hour before you start it. If that dosen't work you could have bad glow plugs. Try turning the key to the on position wait for the glow plug light to go out and then go back to off and try again then start. If not any of that drain the watter from the bowl and put some injector cleaner in the tank and change the fuel filter. You might have air in the fuel system some how. Try bleeding the fuel system