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Old 03-11-2012, 02:34 PM
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6.0 wont start when warm

a cpl weeks ago when i showed up on the job(50 miles from shop)i shut my truck(06 f250 6.0) off and was checking out the site.i went to move my truck and all it would do is turn over,no start. i grabbed my tools and started working. at lunch i tried again and it started. it has been doing this since. when i drive it long enough to get it warm and then shut it off it wont start for at about an hour.any ideas until income tax gets here and i can take it to the shop?. thanks
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Old 03-11-2012, 02:55 PM
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Re: 6.0 wont start when warm

Sounds like you have a internal high pressure oil leak. Pipe connection at pump or branch tubes. Fun to fix and hard to diagnose.
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Old 03-11-2012, 05:14 PM
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Re: 6.0 wont start when warm

Easy to diagnose and easy to fix. If you do it yourself it is about a $20 part. Take you about 1 hour to fix maybe 2 since it is your first time.
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Re: 6.0 wont start when warm

Do you know if your truck has the updated STC fitting? If not then most likely that is the problem however an air leak test should be done just to be sure. Although your not going to to be replacing that in 2 hours as stated above.
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Do you know if your truck has the updated STC fitting? If not then most likely that is the problem however an air leak test should be done just to be sure. Although your not going to to be replacing that in 2 hours as stated above.
It doesnt have a stc problem.
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Re: 6.0 wont start when warm

I do love how anytime someone has a HPO issue on 04-7 everyone automatically says it MUST be STC.
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Easy to diagnose and easy to fix. If you do it yourself it is about a $20 part. Take you about 1 hour to fix maybe 2 since it is your first time.
please elaborate, my friend is having the same problem with his 06
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I do love how anytime someone has a HPO issue on 04-7 everyone automatically says it MUST be STC.
I know that you have fixed a lot of trucks with these similar starting issues. How many of those stc fitting have been the actual problem?
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I know that you have fixed a lot of trucks with these similar starting issues. How many of those stc fitting have been the actual problem?
Let me think.... None.
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Let me think.... None.
bingo! When the sct fittings go bad it comes apart creating a no start at all temps or the truck dieing while going down the road. No start hot is not an stc fitting.
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