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Unhappy '00 7.3L Van crank-no start

Time for me to have another crank but no start and remember it is in a Van.........

CPS changed and getting ready to check the fuel pump.

Question , key on and pump sounds like it is getting the fuel up to pressure and then it stops as it should. If one is out front it sounds like it is losing pressure,, is that right?


Update, fuel pump is pumping fuel. Going to put a charger on the batteries, they are still up but would like to top them off and try again Saturday as the sun is setting.


Also the superchips programer that I use does have a code reader to a point but there are no codes ..

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Are you disconnecting the programmer and back to stock?

Are you plugging the block in overnight? Every little bit of increased temp helps.


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Will plug the block heater in the am, letting the battery charger have its way for now.
Been in the upper 20's to day and until yesterday there has no challenges to speak of other than the front elbow of the oil cooler blowing seals...

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You should probably start a new thread with your issues. You are posting on a real old thread that some people may no longer be looking at.

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For now here is the latest and greatest.

Over night charger and then for 1.5 hours the block heater.

Removed programing and returned to stock.

It fired up and is running.

Tomorrow will try starting with out the charger or the block heater.

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Report of Sunday the 10th
Tried to start and it did not start.
Plugged it in and 2 hours later it did.
Looking for the relay.
Digging to the relay on the van is a pain in the seat so I am going to have one on hand when I dig into test.
Bad or not it is coming out.
Replaced it 5/13 so near 6 years of Alaskan winters.

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Did you get 6 years out of a stock GPR? If so, you probably get the prize for GPR longevity (at least North of the 35th Parallel).

The Stancor relay I have in is still chugging along. Given the confines of the Van engine compartment, I'd definitely go with a Stancor replacement.

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The Stancor relay I have in is still chugging along.
I got about the same from my Stancor. I replaced it, but I think I have other problems.

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It is a Stencor or White Rodgers, it went in June of 13.

I am hoping that it is not the plugs..... that will be a real pain in the back side.

But if I need to work on the turbo it is Right There all in the open.

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Did you get 6 years out of a stock GPR? If so, you probably get the prize for GPR longevity (at least North of the 35th Parallel).

The Stancor relay I have in is still chugging along. Given the confines of the Van engine compartment, I'd definitely go with a Stancor replacement.

Wow, never knew there was a contest on. I have my original 02 GPR, its never given me trouble. Glow plugs are another story, but the GPR has been mint. 238k miles. It gets used here too, not as much as Alaska, but every day in winter.

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