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Old 04-26-2012, 12:22 PM
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Oil Cooler change, wont start

I just completed an egr delete, oil cooler replacement on my 06 6.0 diesel
I believe I did everything correctly and everything went back together fine, I just cant seem to get it to fire. i am getting fuel cause i noticed it squirting out of the top filter cap hole, so i replaced the o ring there, cycled key on and off several times to try to purge air.
is there anything i could have done when filling with oil to help with the circulation of oil and pressure build up? i think i got a little too proud of myself too soon thanks for any info you may have Roger
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Old 04-26-2012, 12:25 PM
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You have to crank for a long time. I didn't think mine was going to fire either but it eventually did.
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Old 04-26-2012, 05:09 PM
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Thank You for getting back to me, i have been trying for last hour to start and have had no luck. My batteries are not the newest, so i only get a couple trys at about 10 seconds a try. Am i building up oil pressure then loosing it when i have to take a break? I may just go get 2 new batteries and install, whats another 120.00. i checked to make sure the ground wire at rear drivers manifold was connected, it was placed on the stud then run down. touching alum and the nut. good idea? not sure what else i could have missed
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You're going to need GOOD batteries. Don't fry the starter.
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Did you fill the HPO reservoir or oil cooler any during reassembly????
If not its going to take alittle longer

Give it a Few 30 second cranks rest a minute or two inbetween and check the Oil leval its gona go down as it fills back up and then hit it again

You wont burn the starter up like that

its the folks that Panic and crank and crank 2-3minutes over and over that kill the sstarter

now if you crank for upto3-4 minutes TOTAL CRANK TIME or more with out it starting you might have an issue

I dont think you have cranked it long enough at all keep going keeep the charger on them Batterys and dont worrey them starters are TOUGH give her Hell LOL
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