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Old 07-16-2014, 11:51 PM
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My 03 6.0 started studdering and lost power going down the road, then died and won't start back. I was told more than likely the irp valve. I bought a socket, pulled the valve to check the screen and there was no screen on it. Ran a magnet in the hole, nothing. No trash, no nothing, no screen. I thought all irp valves had screens. Any ideas????
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Yes but it does come off. I would get a mirror and get a good look inside the hpop where the ipr mounts and make sure it's not lodged inside. What was your icp while cranking?

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Is that screen stainless steel? If it is then the magnet won't
pick it up. having a look back into the hole is a good idea.


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Yes but it does come off. I would get a mirror and get a good look inside the hpop where the ipr mounts and make sure it's not lodged inside. What was your icp while cranking?

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I don't know, don't have a scan gauge or any way of testing. I do have an extendable mirror though, and will try it today. thanks!
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Is that screen stainless steel? If it is then the magnet won't
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Thanks man, putting a mirror in there today!
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Put a mirror in there and still didn't see anything in the hole. Found a piece of the fiber screen housing down in the valley, so decided to tear it down for a better look. May need a new hpop.
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I would but the torque app or scangauge before you start throwing parts at it. If the nylon screen took a crap and then got run through the hpop it could have gotten a small piece of it stuck in the ipr. Take the ipr and press the plunger in by taking a small punch and pressing in from the end. While holding it open flush with some brake cleaner. When you are done you will hear a little bit of air leak through the valve with shop applied through the same end you put the punch in. Then buy a new ipr screen kit and a new hpop screen and put it back together. You need some diagnostic reader to see what is going on.

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I would but the torque app or scangauge before you start throwing parts at it. If the nylon screen took a crap and then got run through the hpop it could have gotten a small piece of it stuck in the ipr. Take the ipr and press the plunger in by taking a small punch and pressing in from the end. While holding it open flush with some brake cleaner. When you are done you will hear a little bit of air leak through the valve with shop applied through the same end you put the punch in. Then buy a new ipr screen kit and a new hpop screen and put it back together. You need some diagnostic reader to see what is going on.

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That's what I'll do, get it back together and buy a scangauge. Thanks man!!!
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That's what I'll do, get it back together and buy a scangauge. Thanks man!!!
Will a CAN OBD11 scanner work on this truck, will it show you values or just codes?
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If it will enter the ford Xgauges then yes not all can OBDII readers will work on our trucks , like Actron. they wont even pull DTCs
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If it will enter the ford Xgauges then yes not all can OBDII readers will work on our trucks , like Actron. they wont even pull DTCs
Guess I'll break down and buy a scangauge11!! Thanks for all the info!!!!
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Scan Gauges are good when your ready to load the X gauges there's a big list to be seen on FTE, remember there's no sensor for the Fuel pressure, you will have to hook up a gauge for that , some where on here was a code to get the gauge cheaper ,I'll dig around to see if I can find it
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Scan Gauges are good when your ready to load the X gauges there's a big list to be seen on FTE, remember there's no sensor for the Fuel pressure, you will have to hook up a gauge for that , some where on here was a code to get the gauge cheaper ,I'll dig around to see if I can find it
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