The 7.3 was probably the greatest diesel motor that Ford has come out with to date. Strong and very reliable, however, still a couple complications over time…….
Injection Pressure Regulator (IPR) Valve, located down the valley on the High Pressure Oil Pump. These can stick, seals get damaged, have the sensor go bad or the wires get damaged. We can diagnosis these issues that may occur and know how to get the issues worked out.
Injector Driver Module (IDM), located on drivers side fender. These can go bad or get damaged from water and will cause a no start or rough running and cut outs in revving/rpm.
Cam Position Sensor (CMP). Can cause the engine to cut out and eventually die.
Under Valve Cover Harness (UVCH) Connectors, when these come loose or get shorted they can cause rough running conditions to the point where the truck sounds like it has bad timing and it lopes bad and will often die and sputter.
Lift pump failure, this will definitely cause a no start issue with the truck and making other components seem at fault. We can diagnosis the issue and get straight to the point.
Injector control pressure (ICP) sensor. Causes the engine to run, but cut in and out and really roughly throttle.
We offer the assistance of replacing the High Pressure Oil Pump, along with the High Pressure Oil Lines and the O rings in sensors and other components. Just to ensure that there will be no further leaks of any kind.