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Old 12-20-2010, 05:34 PM
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p0611 error FICM

So i never had a check engine light or anything for this code, i just installed a edge insight cts and happen to read the dtc and i got a p0611 and a p1000 .
i did recently disconnect the battery a few days ago which may explain the p1000 but the p0611? truck runs tits and hauls a$$ any thoughts?
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Old 12-21-2010, 10:45 AM
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hmm. p0611 is not on the list ---> ~~~6.0 Trouble Codes List~~~
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Old 12-21-2010, 10:51 AM
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P0611 is a FICM code need to check FICM voltage pids. FICM M power pid should read about 48v minimum specs is 45v but when it is below 48 that is when you usually see a FICM gouing out you can by the half of a FICM now instead of purchasing the whole assy. before replacing make sure your connections are secure at FICM

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Old 12-21-2010, 11:34 AM
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its the death code for the ficm. id start looking for a new one.
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Thx for the reply man, I don't have a check engine light , I installed the insight cts and for some reason that picks up the soft code . I'll still check that voltage when the weather drys up. Thanks
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Wouldn't actually throw a check engine light though?
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nope, not sure why neither because when it starts failing it takes the injectors with it.
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Old 12-21-2010, 04:21 PM
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just tested it..

power on 48v
crank 48v
start 35v

ideas? lol
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dame i just checked mine because its hard starting some times and i got the same code i guess i should pull it out dont know if im going to try and fix it or send it out
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just tested it..

power on 48v
crank 48v
start 35v

ideas? lol
She's toast.
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