6.0L Power Stroke Engine and DrivetrainDiscussion 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.
Don't worry about it. If you have a bad glow plug it will set a code and will tell you which cylinder is bad. If you do have one bad then I would change them all since you have the wheel liners out and the plugs are cheap enough, about $10 each. "0" resistance means it is an open circuit, so one of the probes is not making a good connection, probably your ground to the block.
2006 F350 CC LWB Dually XLT Oxford white manual 4x4 6.0 PSD 6 speed. 4.10 LS front and rear, Built May05. 4" turbo back, 55 gal aux fuel tank. A real pig from a stop, give me 15' and she'll slowly come to life, then watch out!
165K miles, 12 injectors, EGR cooler, Fuel pump, 8 glow plugs, GPCM, FICM rebuilt FoMoCo engine at 150K under 7/200 warranty.
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I went from all is fine starting to having to plug in the block heater to get it start on a warm day. I since put it on a code reader and it says 1-8 low voltage code or something along those lines. I would think with all of those codes, it might be something else? Anyway to find out prior to pulling the wheels etc?
... Have you a clamp on ammeter to go with your fluke mm? If so, reading current will tell you. ...
Many clamp-on ammeters measure AC current only, and will indicate zero no matter how much DC current is present. Make sure you know what your instrument is capable of.
Douglas Campbell, P.E.
1986 Isuzu P'up, 177,673.8 miles.
- Hella headlights (highly recommended)
- DOT C-2 back end (also recommended)
- R-12 air conditioner converted to R-406a. Saved ozone and money
- 4.1:1 final drive converted to 3.4:1. Quieter, better mileage but it's a good thing I live in the flat Midwest.
- 9/22/2007, age 21: Still running well when reluctantly sent away for reincarnation, due to body & frame rust.
- Never did get around to converting it to french-fry oil, which is why I originally stumbled upon this site.
I did have the initial #8 cylinder code pop up and two weeks later, all of them. I am guessing it's the GPCM. Be difficult to believe it would be the harness's and all the plugs at once. The truck runs great when it warms up, it's a bear to start cold and it run's like crap!