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Old 05-30-2012, 10:36 PM
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JohnyMcFudge, I'm sorry I miss lead you. I meant, and thought you said ICP not CPS. Thats what I meant about unplugging and thought you had oil inside that plug. If it is
chip'd I had mine shut down once for the same reason. It was loose.

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Old 05-31-2012, 08:11 PM
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JohnyMcFudge, I'm sorry I miss lead you. I meant, and thought you said ICP not CPS. Thats what I meant about unplugging and thought you had oil inside that plug. If it is
chip'd I had mine shut down once for the same reason. It was loose.

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Its ok, but I noticed a new light come up. The Water in fuel, Check Engine, and the Check Gage light come up after it stalls. I appreciate all of your help guys.
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Old 06-01-2012, 07:09 PM
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Ok I got the check gage light to turn off. I checked the oil level and it was low. Now I only have the water in fuel and check engine light. I also drained the diesel in the filter and put in another filter. Now the problem is only occurring during when I hit a pothole or a bump. Any ideas?
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Old 06-01-2012, 10:26 PM
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Unplug the sensor on the back of the fuel bowl. If its bad it usually blows fuse. Maybe it will help and maybe it won't. Are sure you don't have water in your fuel?

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Old 06-01-2012, 10:50 PM
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Unplug the sensor on the back of the fuel bowl. If its bad it usually blows fuse. Maybe it will help and maybe it won't. Are sure you don't have water in your fuel?

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Yeah i'm sure i don't i just drained everything last night. I found the issue if you check my original post again you'll find what I found was causing a short. I don't know exactly here it is, but i will check it out tomorrow. The fuel bowl is fine all the fuses are good and it seems that when i wiggle the wires in the images I attached the truck turns off and comes back on. When I hit a pothole or a speedbump i'm guessing they move and that's what is causing the issue. I will investigate further tomorrow. If you have any idea of what these wires go to and what may be causing it please reply back.
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This could be a bit late to get but I can not get the 2 pics of the Red and Black wire mentioned at the end of the first post. If anybody can see them can you tell me where they are in the truck. I am having this same issue and those 2 wires might be my problem.
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This could be a bit late to get but I can not get the 2 pics of the Red and Black wire mentioned at the end of the first post. If anybody can see them can you tell me where they are in the truck. I am having this same issue and those 2 wires might be my problem.
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Sorry I can't find the original images... but i have some images that are a bit blurry but should help. I added some more text to help.


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