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Old 01-16-2019, 12:27 PM
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Hello I am new to the forum and new to these 6.0ís Iíve had mine about 4 months and havenít driven more than 150 miles because it just keeps having issues.
I have replaced number 8 injector, hpop, icp, ipr, ficm, y pipe, oil cooler, egr cooler, batteries, belt and tensioner. The batteries in it were dead by the time I got everything done they were unplugged for like a month as well
well I finally got it running the other day and I was driving it home happy as can be, when it just died and wouldnít restart. I unplugged the icp and it still wouldnít start. I borrowed my buddies monitor and found all these codes p0480, p0528, p0603, p0670, p1000, p132b, p2285, u0105, u0306.

any ideas on where to start?
 
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Unplug the fan clutch and see if it starts

If it doesn't start, then leave it unplugged and unplug the GPCM and see if it starts. If you live in a cold climate, then leave the block heater on for 4-5 hours before trying to start.

P132b indicates that there are issues with the turbocharger, MAF sensor, MAP sensor/hose, IAT2 sensor, intake leaks, or exhaust leaks, etc. Frequently it is a sticking turbo issue.
 
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Old 01-16-2019, 10:12 PM
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Unplug the fan clutch and see if it starts

If it doesn't start, then leave it unplugged and unplug the GPCM and see if it starts. If you live in a cold climate, then leave the block heater on for 4-5 hours before trying to start.

P132b indicates that there are issues with the turbocharger, MAF sensor, MAP sensor/hose, IAT2 sensor, intake leaks, or exhaust leaks, etc. Frequently it is a sticking turbo issue.
will do the fan and GPCM tomorrow and I know it has exhaust leaks all 3 of my v bands are bad, I am also gonna try and get some readings of icp and try wiggling the connector and double checking the ficm connectors are good and tight
 
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I'm a curious sort. Unplugging the fan takes less than 1 minute ...................................... Same w/ GPCM!

If you need the heat, leave the block heater plugged in over night!

Keep us informed!
 
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Me too.

However i I just donít see a problem being the GPCM. The truck was starting with no issue prior to then.
 
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Well, you have a code for it. Can you explain why?

Both the fan clutch wiring and the GPCM can cause a no-start. The fan clutch is a more common issue though.

Best of luck.
 
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Old 01-17-2019, 12:10 AM
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I have absolutely no clue, the only thing I can think is a ground, I know there is a wire in my engine bay just chillin I can tell where it goes I just need a bolt but from what Iíve read itís not a ground? Doesnít make any sense to me
 
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You have two codes in that list that are most troubling - the P2285 (not enough oil pressure) and the U0105 (lost communication with FICM). Do you have gauges to see what sort of Injection Control Pressure you are building during cranking? It's also worth checking the wiring coming into the FICM as you've suggested.
 
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Okay so batteries are dead after this round of testing.

However, ficm connections are tight,
icp: 2000psi cranking? Seems high to me but itís kinda cold out
ipr:50%
vgt duty cycle: 0
map: 12
i forgot what I had for ficm voltage but Iíll charge my batteries tomorrow or swap them at work.
 
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You have two codes in that list that are most troubling - the P2285 (not enough oil pressure) and the U0105 (lost communication with FICM). Do you have gauges to see what sort of Injection Control Pressure you are building during cranking? It's also worth checking the wiring coming into the FICM as you've suggested.
P2285 "probably" is from trying to start w/ ICP unplugged.
 
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So you were driving it when it died, was it like you turned the key off or like you ran out of fuel? How much fuel do you have in the tank?
 
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I agree about the P2285 being unplugged probably caused it.

it just turned off it didnít sputter and jerk or anything. The fuel tank is just above half Iím gonna check for fuel today.
 
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You are on track here. I'd reconnect everything, clear the codes, and see which ones come back.
 
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Old 01-17-2019, 01:52 PM
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I work at cat and one of our benefits is lifetime battery replacement as long as we work there so Iím gonna swap them out today at work, but I didnít get to check for fuel today.
 
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Old 01-20-2019, 03:51 PM
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Okay fuel Isnít the issue filter look great fuels clean not gelled or anything.

Ficm: 0V
ficm sync: no
so Iím looking more into that loose ground or what I think is a ground. I need some more tools so Iíll have to get those at work tomorrow.
 
 


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