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Old 02-11-2012, 06:20 PM
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Threw Code After Blue Spring and 6.4 Banjo Install

So I just took the truck for a quick drive. I drove around until it was at full operating temp and everything felt good. It might just be in my head but the throttle response felt quicker and smoother power on the top end. I had 1/4 tank so I stopped to fill up. While I was filling up I check for leaks and everything looked good. Got back out onto the road and got on it from about 40-70, felt very strong and then I looked down and noticed that my fuel gauge was on E. (when I left the gas station I saw it was on F). Then I stopped at the traffic light and my check engine light came on. I was only about a mile from my house so I drove straight home. Everything still felt and sounded fine. Got home shut off the truck and looked at all the connections, everything looks good. Scanned my truck with my SCT X3 and the only code it pulled was P0460, the description said "Fuel Level A (fli) ckt". When I turned the key to scan my truck the fuel gauge was on F. So I unhooked the scanner and started the truck. It started fine and the fuel gauge was on F and the check engine light was still on. It started right up just like normal. What do you guys think?
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Old 02-11-2012, 06:30 PM
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Your fuel sending unit sounds like its acting up just so happens to be after you did the blue spring. My gauges drops eveyonce in a while and throws this code
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I would just clear it and see if it comes back. Sometimes ya get a glitch.


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Old 02-11-2012, 06:36 PM
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Thanks, guys I know its nothing major. I thought it could just be a coincidence. Where is the fuel sending unit and how can I fix it?
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It's on top of the tank and you'd have to replace it, mine does it ever so often and I clear the code restart the truck and its all good. The reason it throws the code is cause it can sense the gauge isn't communicating with the ending unit. You may also get a p0463 code
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Thanks. I'll clear it out for now and look into getting a new sender.
btw, sick truck. I love the black grill and wheels.
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Haha thanks man iv done a lot to it
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