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Old 03-27-2013, 11:41 AM
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Rough/miss sound

When i give it rev it up no matter what rpm it has a rough sound like it could have some sort of a miss. It doesnt seem very sick driving it but when u get on it good it has the same missing sound. Ill answer any questions thanks
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Check out the stickies on monitoring. You need to check for stored codes.

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Where r those stickys? I have a cts and it always gives me p1000 readiness test not complete
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Where r those stickys? I have a cts and it always gives me p1000 readiness test not complete
The stickies are at the top of every section, stuck to the top of the forum sections. You have to scroll through them to read any other topic. P1000 means your truck hasn't completed a drive cycle, usually goes away after a warm drive. Have you updated your monitor in a while?

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Found them but nothing sounds out of the ordinary... My ficm is low when first cranked till maybe a min and its up to 48 from there on. Ive replaced the altenator and realized the middle wire of the plug has been clipped. The only other thing i notice is the cts flickers a lil bit like it doesnt have smooth current to it.
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No ive probably had it for 9 mos and no update... but ive put 10k miles on it id thought it went through a drive cycle by now lol. Must be somethin wrong there
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Found them but nothing sounds out of the ordinary... My ficm is low when first cranked till maybe a min and its up to 48 from there on. Ive replaced the altenator and realized the middle wire of the plug has been clipped. The only other thing i notice is the cts flickers a lil bit like it doesnt have smooth current to it.
You need to update that cts. Monitor batt voltage, koeo, koec, with a cold engine and running at idle. Get your batteries load tested, get your alernator tested. Bad batts kill kill ficms quick. Ficm v less than 46 v means your ficm kicked the bucket. Voltage less than 8, will cause your cts to shut down, that may be why it keeps showing p1000. The monitor is your friend, trust it, and pay attention to the values. Check out the sticky on monitoring, it will give you basic values to pay attention to.

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Will do thanks
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