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Old 02-25-2013, 03:59 PM   #1 (permalink)
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1995 T444E NO START HOT

Hey all. My 95 International 4700 T444E (7.3L) will not start. It has new glow plugs, relay is working, and I had it plugged in all night inside, so the motor is good and hot.

It fired up this morning, started to knock like it wasnt quite firing on all cyls, then slowly died out. Now its barely smoking, and sometimes it gives me a bang or studder.... With some smoke, but not much.

I just bought a new International work truck with the DT466, and was on my way to trade this truck in. DOH!

Any help with this would be wonderful. I know the 99-03 Powerstrokes really well, but not so much the 94-early99s.

I know its not a Ford, but its virtually the same motor, and I figured I would pick your brains a bit before I have it towed.

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It could be fuel related. I'm not sure if the International engine uses the same type of IDM to fire the injectors that the Powerstroke does or not but that could be part of the problem.

You may need to see if you can find a scanner that would work on the truck to check for codes and to see what is happening.
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Re: 1995 T444E NO START HOT

This truck doesnt even have a plug to scan it..... It does have an "engine diagnostics" button on the dashboard, but I have never pressed it.

I do believe it has an IDM module, seems to have some sort of box by the clutch that looks similar to my powerstrokes IDM




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I figured out how to get the DTC's from it,
its the old FLASH CODE STYLE

111
224
541
221
622
615
314
233


I have been trying to find the DTC list for the t444e, but im having a hard time finding it.
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