Question about 2004 Ford F350
Long crank time replaced high pressure oil pump can drain down on low pressure oil pump cause long crank
There are several causes to this overlapping symptom but my '06 6.0 began doing that until it finally wouldn't start at all.
What worked for my situation...I ended up buying a new power supply board for the FICM (Fuel Injector Control Module) on *bay for $80 and replacing it myself. Dealer quoted $1200.
DISCLAIMER...you will void the majority of any warranties you might have by doing this.
This link will give you an idea where to start to determine if this might be your problem...
Before I went this route, I removed and replaces both fuel filters and cleaned out the fuel pump, cleaned EGR, and every other little thing I could think of.
I will be glad to try to find an answer to any questions you might have. Good luck!
Posted on Oct 18, 2013
The fuel pressure check valve in the electric fuel pump has failed, you will have to replace the fuel pump, it is in the gas tank, also replace the filter at the same time or the warranty on the new pump will be voided.
Posted on Nov 04, 2008
SOURCE: low oil pressure
usually that could mean a failing oil pump....or a clogged pickup in the oil pan, could also mean you have a leak somewhere. the car shutsoff because it protects itself from killn itself
Posted on Feb 11, 2009
I would like to clarify, and somewhat solve this issue. First of all the dealer is right about the regen. If the truck is going into regen and did not finish, then it will do the regen again and again and this excessive regen will cause fuel in the oil. Unfortunatly Ford did not add a parked Regen switch (too complicated for some users) so you will have to drive untill the regen light goes out. I know it's inconventant but that's part of the hassel you need to go through because Al Gore invented the internet and then warned us all about global warming. Anyway there are some other causes including porous cylander heads (this will show up in low mileage vehicles only), HP Fuel pumps, fuel sensors, injectors, lines, etc. etc. Since you both seem to have low mileage ask the Ford Dealer about the porous cyl heads and watch his face go blank. Is smoke comes out of his ears make sure his DPF isn't clogged and ask him if he needs to Regen. then tell him he has to run 30 mintues weither he likes it or not or he will get fuel in his oil. By the way you may also need to ask about an updated ECM reflash which could help this issue. Have a nice day.
Posted on Apr 22, 2009
SOURCE: 97 7.3L powerstroke wont start?
Checking and cleaning the battery and conections at the battery and starrter not forgetting the all impotant grounds is a must at first. slow cranking do to bad battery's or conections is a common cause witch will allso decrease the effectiveness of the glow plugs. Allso the glow plugs of this truck do have a problem of going out so a new set wouldn't hurt the other thing to know about this truck is that the light indecater is just a recomendation the plugs themselves will stay on for around two minutes so a delaid start ten to twenty seconds prior couldn't hurt and will help the enitial cold start. Other known hard start problems for this rig consist of worn fuel pump, bad glow plug relay, or high oil presure sender. I allso would refrain from using either by pluging the truck in tell you can find the problem.
Posted on May 23, 2009
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