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Power Strokes 1994-1997 General Technical discussion of topics related to vehicles powered by the Power Stroke engine in 1994 through 1997 models.

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post #16 of 19 (permalink) Old 08-06-2019, 04:42 PM Thread Starter
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Thanks Denny! The truck has brand new batteries, and I put a charger on them every time I try to crank the engine, so I think they are good. I am going to take your advice and hook my other truck up and try it this evening though and let you know the results. I have two new batteries in my other truck too, so that should do the trick if there is too much current draw. Thanks again for the input!
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What has happened since your last post?
From other post in this forum, I do think that 3300 psi while cranking is definitely too high. I donít think the HPOP does that even at full power. Is it possible that you are reading kpa, which converting would be about 478 psi, which is more feasible.
I would surely appreciate an update if you got it running as I have a very similar problem.
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Hi Dallas,

I haven't gotten her running. I have been running out of time to mess with her as I was working on my old IDI in my limited spare time to get her all maintained since I need her for hunting in less than a month.

As far as the conversion between pascals and psi, I am not sure if that is the case or not. It was reading it from my torque pro app, and it said psi. This leads me to think it was indeed psi, but who knows? I may go and fiddle with it this weekend, but I have about 4 cars that are demanding my attention right now and it isn't a priority in my fleet of projects. I intend to tear into it with a vengeance this fall and definitely get her blowing smoke. I will keep everyone posted, to be sure.
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So an update on my truck issues...I ran ForScan again while trying to start the truck and it finally started popping codes. It popped P0606, which is ECM/PCM is bad. I pulled the PCM out, which is actually pretty easy. You do have to drop the inner liner on the driver's fender, but then it is just two nuts holding the PCM in. I sent it off on Friday to get repaired and this morning I got a message saying it has already been repaired.

This is the message I received:
your computer is now fully functional.
the IPR/ICP circuit was way out of spec, which would keep engine engine from starting.
also the power supply had distortion so we replaced it and also changed the capacitors and voltage regulators while we were in there.


Hopefully it gets back to me by the weekend and I can install it and start blowing some smoke!
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