Have Ford Questions? Ask a Mechanic for Answers ASAP
Ok first for the heating part, since the glow plugs were changed was the relay changed as well or no codes for the system, it appears to light up and work properly?Was the reason the truck was down prior due to a head gasket failure? All connections to the FICM are good and you have good voltage coming out of the FICM?
ok im with ya, I just moved from Florida after living there for 20 years to Lake Havasu Arizona. I feel your humidty! Ok is P2285 still present. The engine cranks over slowly at times or at normal speeds and just wont fire. Make sure the glow plugs are actually lighting up with a test light even though its passing, being you just replaced all 8 injectors it is possible you have a defective one, you can rotate to the next cylinder which is a lot of work or just get another one as a parts warranty.
Ok im thinking the injector is defective you are getting smoke so you are getting fuel..Whats the engine coolant temperature sensor reading and does the map sensor check ok sensor is bias with ebp psi readings.Sounds like the glow plugs arent glowing enough. you said fuel pressure is holding, ipr at approx 85%?
Also check Intake air temp all 3 sensors IAT,MAP,EBP should be the same or it is a bad sensor psi readings.
Ok there are 3 sensors that measure psi map, ebp and i forget the third at the moment im looking it up now but all 3 should have the same reading
The ebp sensor is high try unplugging it and see if it affects anything or you could have an exhaust restirction issue with the turbocharger
Baro, EBP & MAP should read the same psi around atmosphere 14.5 psi with the key on engine off.
Ok good.The P2285 is your main concern,. it says the ICP pressure is low, and with a reading of zero is what to find out.Since the sensor is new and asusming has a good connnection with the engine being rebuilt you either have an issue with low system base engine oil pressure, a leak in the injector oil system which would require air testing or problem with the new high pressure oil pump not converting the base pressure to high pressure. Start with base engine oil pressure for the low system
Oh I thought you said was P2285 in your last response
I see no code definitaion for a P2282 in the ford PCED manual
Use a paper clip without the fuse just dont contact any metal with the clip to blow a fuse
With that code it should not allow the vehicle to start you are looking at the same pinpoint test Q for this code? You said you had vref at the sensor did the circuit ohm out ok between the pcm and icp, it should if you have a 900 psi reading on the sensor.It may be leading towards a bad pcm
Yes im reading the same pinpoint test that you are, it appears to be a pcm issue if you dont read voltage when jumping the two pins at the IPC