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1995 ford powerstroke quitting

Discussion in 'Trucks' started by black60church, Dec 21, 2018.

  1. Ronsii

    Ronsii Senior Member

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    I thought I had posted before???? couldn't figure out where my post went....o_O
     
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    Threads merged
     
  3. black60church

    black60church Well-Known Member

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    rpm is moving
     
  4. Ronsii

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    is it puffing smoke? yes=check glowplug relay/plugs no=back to drawing board....
     
  5. Shimmy1

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    Now THAT screws with a guy's brain. Saw the thread in the recent posts, saw the author, and knew it was the one from a couple days ago so I clicked on it. Holy buckets, what did I miss, 2 pages already? Saw Ronsii's post, then I was really confused. o_Oo_O:confused: After clicking on the link I posted, and realizing it took me to the same place I was, I scrolled down and saw this. I've been in threads like this before, but it's confusing until you figure out WTH is going on, lol.
     
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    If yes also make sure your batteries are topped off cause if you aren't spinning fast enough it won't fire off glow plugs or not.
     
  7. thepumpguysc

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    95' Power Stroke.. Are we SURE its a HP system & not mechanical.??{low pressure}
    Not a lot of responses from the orig. poster.. 7.3- 6.0- 6.4- 6.7
     
  8. Shimmy1

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    Unless he doesn't know the year, it is a HEUI system.
     
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    1994 for the first year HEUI. Prior were Roosa Pumps.
     
  10. black60church

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    IT IS 7.3 POWERSTROKE WITH HP 1995 HAS NEW BATTERIES CRANKS VERY FAST NO SMOKE
     
  11. black60church

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    PUT NEW CAM SENSOR NO HELP RPM WORKS WHEN CRANKING GOING TO PUT ON SCANN MACHINE PRETTY SURE IT IS ELECTRICAL R MIGHT BE HP PUMP
     
  12. Ronsii

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    And just to be sure.... you have pulled the top fuel filter cap and it is full of fuel? :)

    If there is fuel there and the HP pump's sensor works and is telling the computer to send fuel it should smoke/start...


    possible issues with the HP pump, HP pump sensor, IDM computer, IDM wiring....


    Have you checked the pressure sensor on the HP pump?
     
  13. thepumpguysc

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    The scanner shoulda been the FIRST THING u put on it.. other than filling the tank w/ fresh fuel.
     
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    Have you checked the plug on the IPR? The insulation dissolves and let's the wires short which will shut it off and not restart.
     
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