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Old 06-04-2012, 02:12 AM
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Getting codes after installing studs,oil cooler,egr delete

I thought i was done but here is whats going on. I recently had a shop install arp studs,new oil cooler,egr delete(welded the ends),new stc fitting,updated drain tube,etc. I have a diablosport tuner set at extreme. i am noticing that the boost is going all the way up to sub 30 #'s but the truck feels like its lacking power. There was a time when i had no boost on the highway and a ton of black smoke but that only happened once. I have an edge cs. It gives me two codes: p0299 and p2290. One is turbo underboost and the other is injection control pressure. I do not know what oil the mechanic put in after he did the work. Do you think its oil related. I had rotella t6 before and i think he put in regular dino oil as part of the package price. What do you guys think? I am taking it back to him but i wanted your opinions. Thank you.
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Old 06-05-2012, 01:43 PM
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no one has an idea?
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The ICP code might just be from extended cranking after having the heads off. It takes a long time to build up sufficient ICP after a repair like that.

The underboost code sounds more like your problem. It's likely your turbo is sticking or your VGT solenoid may be bad
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Sinner, the icpv shows 0.9 at idle. I have had the truck back about 1 month and put about 100 miles on it. Do you think that the icpv should be higher? Where is the vgt solenoid?
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nope, that's right where it should be

The VGT is on top of the turbo, it has a 2 wire connector going into it
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