I have a 2005 F-350 superduty 6.0 that died on me. I have tried to search on this forum and Google but I would like an opinion from you anyway.
This is what happens. It gradually got hard to start but once it starts it runs ok. Several attempts were needed and each time it run only a few seconds. When it finally started it idle is it, no rev possible. As soon as I touch the acceleretor it died. Eventually, as it got warm I could get it moving but I had to rev it hard to get it running smooth.
This only worked a couple of times, now it just starts for a few seconds, no more and its impossible to get running at all.
I am thinking airleak from the HPOP or faulty HPOP.
Codes are P0261-P0282 wich is all injectors. P0611 FICM, P2614 and P2617.
Deleted the EGR last year and a new turbo just after that. I would greatly appreciate your advice guys.
I believe that a bad STC fitting would normally give you and P2285 code for the ICP sensor. Basicly the ICP senses the oil pressure built up inside the HPO system feeding the injectors. If the STC fitting was leaking and not allowing the mandatory pressure build up to run the injectors it would normally pop the ICP sensor code P2285.
Sounds like your going through what I went through when my batteries were failing. I agree with Bismic to load test the batteries. Test the batteries before trying to restart again, I believe I have read that continuous cranking and running on low voltage can lead to FICM failure.
Who knows though - I guess it could also have an issue in the HPO system ....
hubler13f - Didn't mean to make you think it was your post - sorry.
No problems, just thought I might have given some bad info and wanted to correct myself if that was the case.
I don't have any problems admitting I'm wrong, if I knew everything I'd be making the big bucks designing these things and wouldn't be reading this site.