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6.0L Power Stroke Engine and Drivetrain Discussion of the 6.0L Power Stroke diesel engine and drivetrain in the 2003-Up Super Duties and Excursions. No gas engine discussion allowed except on transmissions and drivetrain that pertain to all models. Please confine discussion of topics in this forum to those items that are specific to the 6.0L Power Stroke engine.

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Old 09-20-2010, 03:16 PM   #1 (permalink)
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07 f550 died while driving

my 07 f550 died while driving on the highway, base oil pressure went to zero on dash, checked oil pump regulator it was stuck open got it out cleaned up burrs on regulator put back together, crank engine after 5-8 sec get oil pressure on gauge but truck doesnt start. havent had any starting problems before. ive tried for two days to get truck to start.can losing base oil pressure cause any hpop failures.
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Old 09-20-2010, 03:22 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Try the FCIM test to see if its putting out low voltage. The oil gauge on your dash is your low pressure system. Mine doesn't even move until the truck is running for 10 seconds or so.
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is the fcim the injector module on the valve cover
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Old 09-21-2010, 03:27 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Yea the FICM is on the drivers side valve cover rear.
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If you lost low pressure oil, then you stopped feeding the HPOP reservoir. It would probably crank for a while before it started back up. I would check the voltage at the ICP Sensor and find out if your getting 500PSI
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thanks i will check hpop pressure and icp voltage. is there any way of checking or prefilling the hpop resevoir like on the old 7.3
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checked hpop pressure o psi with scan tool and mechanical gauge. could my hpop screen be plugged with debris. is there any way of checking for a full resevoir without pulling it apart
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why is there that much crap in your oil?


something is not stirring the koolaid with that oil bud. is it coolant contaminated or anything?
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coolant is clean had three injectors replaced and hpop 6 months ago could there be still debris floating around after 4 oil changes
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damn....i must be lucky.


while i obviously rarely post....the **** i see in here ...there is no way i would ever pay 40- 50k for a truck that is one trainwreck of a problem after another.

i still have my 95 with over 800 k on it, the o5 was short lived in our possession but excellent running and put over 100k on it in 14 months between us.... it did end up studded and egr deleted with custom tune though by the next owner who dumped it after the tranny died for a d max that sits at the dealer 3 months out of the year. i dont know who has it now but i bet they love it cause it has never let em down with a fresh tranny and cured 6.0 .


must be nice for these poor bastages making 1 k payments for a dealer lot ornament.
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checked hpop pressure o psi with scan tool and mechanical gauge. could my hpop screen be plugged with debris. is there any way of checking for a full resevoir without pulling it apart
I think itís highly unlikely that the HPOP Reservoir could be so dirty so as to prevent oil flow to the HPOP. I think either have an empty HPOP Reservoir or a bad HPOP. Iím still voting for the empty Reservoir though. I think if you pull off the filter and pour oil straight down the housing it will go straight into the HPOP Reservoir, Iím not 100% though I could be completely wrong. The only way to check the reservoir would be to pull the oil cooler off and thatís not an easy 1-2-3 job.

Try this: loosen the oil filter cap and have an assistant crank the engine, Then stop cranking and see if there is any oil getting into the filter. Thereís a possibility your just not getting any LP oil still
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pulled oil cooler housing off had oil in resevoir screen a little dirty but not enough to block flow. pulled ipr and screen broken and valve is seized with debris from screen on end of valve. can a hpop fail that quickly only have 20k on it sinc last hpop.
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