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Old 05-09-2007, 03:55 AM
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2006 Code P1335,P0404

I have a 2006 F 350 Powerstroke and ever since I put my exhaust on (Straight Pipe Stacks) I have been getting these codes. At first it took a month after I put the stacks on for the light to come on. I cleared the codes and the next day they were back. I called the dealer and they said the EGR Valve is stuck in one position. Is this from the stacks or is the EGR valve just stuck. I do a lot of idling but Im cutting down its summer time in New England. I have been told that it could be the EBP sensor Im noto sure, I just go this truck and don't know too much about them. I was told not to idle them and to drive them hard from time to time.. Basically how do I get the light to go away and stay away, do I have to chip it out so the computer is reprogrammed or what?

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Old 05-09-2007, 11:45 PM
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you need to get the egr looked at by the dealer, hopefully under warranty. it's not from idling. only way to get the light to stay away is to get rid of the problem. I couldn't find P1335 so I dont know what that is but p0404 is def an egr issue. good luck and welcome.
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p1335 and p0404 are both egr codes , may be cloged or stuck , if you can get them to replace it instead of clean it youll be straight
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p1335 and p0404 are both egr codes , may be cloged or stuck , if you can get them to replace it instead of clean it youll be straight
Hi, you don't think it is because I have straight pipes on my truck.. I heard they need a little back pressure for the EBP sensor, does the EBP sensor controll the EGR? I have the stock down pipe to 4 inch pipe to the stacks that sit in the bed there is 0 restriction.. could that be it.. I don't know too much about these new motors..

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nope i dont think exhaust has anything to do with your problem
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nope i dont think exhaust has anything to do with your problem
what is the "definition" of p1335 scuffy? could you let us know.
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p1335 -- egr position sensor minimum/maximum stop performance is definition , description of why code is set , egr valve position is higher than expected when key is turned on , (in other words egr valve is stuck ), possible causes (clogged,sooted up, or incorrect module calibation ), hope that helps
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I got the P0404 and P1335 codes this week. Seems odd for a 2007 F350 with under 15,000 miles. Anyone have an opinion on clearing codes the first time to see if they come back vs. just taking it in to the dealer since it's under warranty?
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p1335 -- egr position sensor minimum/maximum stop performance is definition , description of why code is set , egr valve position is higher than expected when key is turned on , (in other words egr valve is stuck ), possible causes (clogged,sooted up, or incorrect module calibation ), hope that helps
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I got the P0404 and P1335 codes this week. Seems odd for a 2007 F350 with under 15,000 miles. Anyone have an opinion on clearing codes the first time to see if they come back vs. just taking it in to the dealer since it's under warranty?
Well the code is there for a reason, I would pull it out and clean it first or if you trust you have a good dealer take it in and request that they replace it.
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I am new to this whole thing but I have a 06 F350. I just installed an IDX air cleaner. I drove the truck about 50 miles and no problem. As soon as I hooked up the 5th wheel and started to tow I got the check engine light again (4th) time the other three I did not have the air cleaner. I have also had the turbo replaced two times. The first was at 3600 miles the second at 9000 and now the truck only has 11700 on it. I am thinking of trading for a GMC. Anyone know a permanent fix?
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