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Old 05-13-2012, 01:03 PM
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6.0 will not even turn over.

I have a 06 F350 with a 6.0 liter. Yesterday it died while in the back country. Have full power but the truck will not even turn over. Totally dead but has power and ignition acts like everything is working. The check wrench light is on. Need help asap.

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Welcome to FTE. 6.0 in a 350 is diesel right? Might get more answers over there. Next, my first guess would be your starter or starter solenoid is shot. I don't know how the diesels work in starting methods, heck i learned not too long ago they use glowplugs to warm the cylinders not spark plugs. Anyways if you do have a similar setup as a gasoline try the solenoid bypass trick and see if that works.
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thanks. Will try it.

Thanks will try your suggestion.
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