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  • Having a some what good day! Shared a few laughs while trying to resolve my 01 L300

    After doing a bunch of maintenance on my 01 L300 3.0L V6 I went to Oreillys and read/cleared DTC codes and got a jumpstart with no avail. The car cranks over and starts; then dies off with service engine light. Wasn't kicking back any codes though and fuel pressure is 40 while cranked and 19 with key over.

    All in all; pretty descent day!

    I just made some organic pasta with vegetables + organic beef and organic red sauce and some good spices. I hope that it does my body good!

    Thank you for making such a great forum!

  • #2
    Sorry nobody has replied. I know nothing about L Series cars. My wise guy answer would be to replace it with an S Series!
    '99 SL2, 5SP bought new
    Rebuilt at 204,067 September 2017
    Engine, subframe, diff pin mod, brake lines, headliner, alternator, and so on!
    '98 SC2, 5SP bought 2018

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    • #3
      Your fuel pressure seems low. I found this ....

      Alldata says 39- 49 psi regulated and 65 psi unregulated at 12V
      relating to a 2001 L300 V6
      Current
      1999 SL2 MT (272K km, 10-2016 to present)
      2001 SL1 MT (428K km, 10-2008 to present)

      Past
      1993 SW2 AT (03-2000 to 04-2010)
      2001 LW200 MT (06-2001 to 01-2005)
      1992 SL2 MT (06-1992 to 09-1997)

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      • #4
        It sounds like a passlock issue. You can try a 30 min relearn but I would be that you will need a BCM.
        -6S Resident Mechanical Forensics member #001.
        1995 SC2 Turbo 3.6L DOHC, 6sp manual, Ford 8.8 rearend running on MS3x.
        1998 F-250 5.4L triton...stock.

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