2005 F350 6.0 Superduty will not stay running
I have a 2005 6.0 Diesel Superduty (Dually). I recently had new injectors installed due to several of the stock injectors failing. I noticed the next am that it was low on fuel right before it stalled. I towed it back to the house and added about 9-10 gallons of diesel, turned the key on/off 8 times to cycle the new fuel thru the lines and tried to get it to start. It would not start, so I soaked a red rag in gasoline and placed it in front of the air filter. The truck will start up and stay running as long as I keep my foot on the pedal and make sure it doesn't idle below 1500RPM. As soon as I let it drop below 1500 RPM, it cuts off. So I try it again. Same thing, over and over. I thought possibly it may need priming so I even let it run for about 10 mins and it still does the same thing. I have verified that fuel is making it's way to the engine mounted fuel filter. I also unplugged IPC sensor from truck to see if that made a difference. It didn't. I replaced the FICM about a year ago. I am getting the P0306 code. This is about to drive me crazy. I have spent countless hours and over $2000 in the last several weeks alone replacing the injectors and fuel filters...
Can anyone help?
Last edited by danielcmurray; 11-19-2012 at 09:35 PM.