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Old 12-19-2010, 10:29 PM
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04 F350 No Start

Ok lets start

Checked all the connections under the hood and bought connection cleaner and still no start!

Unplugged sensor on passenger side.....no start

Unplugged sensor driver side that connects to exhaust....no start

Had both unplugged no start.

Checked batteries from when it quit and one was bad. replaced it ...... no start

Got the starter checked it is good ..... no start

All sounds that it made before it started under the hood are normal..... no start

RPM gauge never moves at all.............no start

I do have an oil leak that is dropping on the front axle dead center but dont see were it comes from.

Please help with any ideas of what to do next????????

Would anything dealing with glow plugs keep the truck from starting?
Have tired while cold and while its warm and it still don't START

If you are able to fix in the Wilmington area PM me so we can talk

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Is it turning over and not starting or is it not turning over?
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It turns over and over just don't start. It is full of oil. I went out tonight and checked and the bowl on top was close to dry. Pulled the cap off and had my son turn the key on and no oil filled the bowl. Help needed
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The oil filter housing will not fill up with key on engine off. Pull the fuel filter cap and see if its filling up while cycling the key. Sounds like you may have a oil pressure problem, weather it be low side of high side. If the lpop isnt supplying oil to the hpop it will not fire the injectors to start. I would look closly to find your oil leak and go from there.
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this is what i got going on

YouTube - 04 Ford F350 Diesel No Start
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Old 12-23-2010, 06:35 AM
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I cant tell anything from that video, plus no sound? Do you have any more info? Do you have a way to monitor ICP pressure with a scan tool too see if its a HPO problem?
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Just listened to it should have sound. What scan tool would I need. I can get almost anything just need someone to point in the right direction.
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bad fuel pump. I just replaced mine on my o2. it's in the frame on the inside under the driver seat[ under the truck]. got a new one from advanced for about $200, took about 45 mins to install
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you can mist the air breather with a small amount of starting fluid to be sure, if it lightds off, it's the pump. DO NOT START IT ON STARTING FLUID. you can cause a whole lot of damage. just mist the plenum, then crank. it should rap a little like it's going to start.
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Did u still have fuel in the bowl on top of the motor?
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no, no fuel, and no buzz when you turned on the key. even left top off filter housing, still no fill. make sure to put in a new filter with the new pump.
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PUT THE EITHER AWAY, in the trash can!!!!!! It has NO BUSINESS BEING ANYWHERE, I REPEAT ANYWHERE NEAR A MODERN DIESEL!!!!!!!! unless you want bent push rods, broken rockers and bridges etc etc or worse. U know how much either it takes to make it through the turbo, CAC pipes and CAC itself? WAY TOO MUCH!

His filter bowl is filling up with fuel so I highly doubt a lift pump is the problem. I strongly feel like he has a HPO problem.
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Thanks for advise silvercrew. I have my air box off were I can see the turbo and that was confusing trying to figure out how in the world the either would get the truck running so I ruled it out of the question anyway. I did check to see if fuel is making it to the top of the motor with help from my son and the answer is yes its flowing!

I am thinking about having it towed to the local diesel shop and getting them to update my software and have them tell me what there high dollar computer says. What do you think???
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Well I have not followed your other thread in the 6.0 sectionvery closly, but did you ever get a way to monitor ICP pressure? A scangauge will do it, autoenginuity or even a OTC genysys (or mac mentor or matco) if you can get your hands on one of those and look at ICP pressure it would be a big step. A generic autozone scanner will not read it, it will take something that will read all the enhanced PIDS.
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Even if you used either, it would not tell you your problem. You still wouldnt know if you had a fuel delivery or HPO issue.
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