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Re: Here it goes again [Re: P10crew] #5373824 03/11/20 08:03 PM
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Is there a way to retrofit 7.3 PS into later chassis to put an end to the issue?
Or is it an emissions nono?

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Injection pump could have locked up and stop the engine from turning over. I have seen that first hand. These engines are usually good for 20,000-25,000 hours. Before needing over hauls. The one I thought locked up still wouldn’t turn over with all the glow plugs out. Got down to the CP3 and it was LOADED with metal. Would not move. Could spin the engine over with my hands after removing the pump.

Only wild card, what is the build date? Early 11s had exhaust valve issues where the ends would break off during regen and usually destroy the affected cylinder(s). There was a manufacturing issue with the valves themselves that caused it.

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Re: Here it goes again [Re: P10crew] #5373859 03/11/20 08:22 PM
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Originally Posted by P10crew
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Build date?

Did it die during a regen by chance? Any low fuel pressure warning pop up on the IC? I am going to guess HPFP/fuel system failure but definitely curious to what failed. Those cab and chassis turbos are much more reliable than the pickup ones FWIW

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Re: Here it goes again [Re: PimTac] #5373868 03/11/20 08:30 PM
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Navistar knew how to build an engine back in the day.




Yep, when they were known as International Harvester.



I wonder how much they paid some genius to rename the company. Hahaaa..
The priorities these insane companies have.

Re: Here it goes again [Re: P10crew] #5373869 03/11/20 08:30 PM
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Dan they keep low balling the rest of the field.
Thank god I have a supervisor that has the berries to 86 this brand completely. They are slowly going away And I just hope it’s another motor because I think they will ditch this thing if it is.

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Originally Posted by mattd
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Build date?

Did it die during a regen by chance? I am going to guess HPFP/fuel system failure but definitely curious to what failed. Those cab and chassis turbos are much more reliable than the pickup ones FWIW

I don’t know I’m home now and it’s at the dealership. Honestly I hope I only see this one last time. The day we go get our tools out of it.
I fully understand the cab and chassis difference. We buy all of them that way to get the biggest of everything. I’m sure you know exactly what I’m saying here.
We had been off hiway all day and he was giving her [censored] to get up to interstate speed on an on ramp. He said he was looking at the boost gauge when it let go. I find myself looking at the boost gauge a lot too. Gutless until max boost is reached.

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Originally Posted by P10crew
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Build date?

Did it die during a regen by chance? I am going to guess HPFP/fuel system failure but definitely curious to what failed. Those cab and chassis turbos are much more reliable than the pickup ones FWIW

I don’t know I’m home now and it’s at the dealership. Honestly I hope I only see this one last time. The day we go get our tools out of it.
I fully understand the cab and chassis difference. We buy all of them that way to get the biggest of everything. I’m sure you know exactly what I’m say here.


I understand your frustration. Good luck and please Post back when you find out what happened!


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Originally Posted by P10crew
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Build date?

Did it die during a regen by chance? I am going to guess HPFP/fuel system failure but definitely curious to what failed. Those cab and chassis turbos are much more reliable than the pickup ones FWIW

I don’t know I’m home now and it’s at the dealership. Honestly I hope I only see this one last time. The day we go get our tools out of it.
I fully understand the cab and chassis difference. We buy all of them that way to get the biggest of everything. I’m sure you know exactly what I’m saying here.
We had been off hiway all day and he was giving her [censored] to get up to interstate speed on an on ramp. He said he was looking at the boost gauge when it let go. I find myself looking at the boost gauge a lot too. Gutless until max boost is reached.


What is the approximate GTW that you work the truck?


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Re: Here it goes again [Re: P10crew] #5373912 03/11/20 09:00 PM
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The heaviest trailer that we have loaded weighs 11,000
The safety folks watch the weight stuff to a T.

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Originally Posted by mattd
Injection pump could have locked up and stop the engine from turning over. I have seen that first hand. These engines are usually good for 20,000-25,000 hours. Before needing over hauls. The one I thought locked up still wouldn’t turn over with all the glow plugs out. Got down to the CP3 and it was LOADED with metal. Would not move. Could spin the engine over with my hands after removing the pump.

Only wild card, what is the build date? Early 11s had exhaust valve issues where the ends would break off during regen and usually destroy the affected cylinder(s). There was a manufacturing issue with the valves themselves that caused it.


You're more familiar with the 'Scorpion' than I am, but I was pretty sure they used the CP4.2.

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There is a reason Ford stock trades at $5+ a share and going lower. Sad.


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Originally Posted by mattd
Injection pump could have locked up and stop the engine from turning over. I have seen that first hand. These engines are usually good for 20,000-25,000 hours. Before needing over hauls. The one I thought locked up still wouldn’t turn over with all the glow plugs out. Got down to the CP3 and it was LOADED with metal. Would not move. Could spin the engine over with my hands after removing the pump.

Only wild card, what is the build date? Early 11s had exhaust valve issues where the ends would break off during regen and usually destroy the affected cylinder(s). There was a manufacturing issue with the valves themselves that caused it.


You're more familiar with the 'Scorpion' than I am, but I was pretty sure they used the CP4.2.


They do thanks for catching the typo!

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Originally Posted by vw7674
Is there a way to retrofit 7.3 PS into later chassis to put an end to the issue?
Or is it an emissions nono?


Nope, emissions regulations won't allow that.


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