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Old 05-23-2013, 07:30 PM
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I am back after installing new turbo

I have a E series van.I wrote awhile back i had no turbo boost.I pulled the turbo and took it apart.The unison ring wouldn't move and everything was rusty or wouldn't move.Before I replaced the the turbo I was getting 2262 code.I replaced the turbo and hooked up my scan tool and am now getting the 2262 code as well as a 2263 code.I cleared the codes and took van out for a drive.if i put it to the floor I get a lot of blue smoke,missing and just won't go.I back off the throttle and engine seems to run better and smoke goes away and smooths out.I went through the manuals and I am reading it could be a ICP sensor.I do know when I had the scan tool hooked up I would get 1.3 volts at open throttle and was told I should have 5 volts.So I need some serious help here.I have a OTC geyinsys 3.0 scan tool.Will this tell me what the sensors are doing .Any other Ideas?
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Old 05-23-2013, 10:49 PM
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If your only getting 1.3v at wot you either have a weak/failing pump or a pretty bad hpo leak.
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From a previous post, you have more issues....

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P2263 Code, and high EGTsI just had the same problem couple days ago. Once the cold hit my truck lost power and my boost was between 30-40 just driving normally. I changed the map sensor, the ebp sensor and tube. I probably could have cleaned them all but for peace of mind I just change everything. After I did that I cleared the code and truck runs better than before.
You may need to do some extra cleaning and checking. This could be the related to the low ICP voltage you are seeing. It would be very prudent to ensure the EBP sensor and tube are clear and working properly, as well as the MAP AND MAF sensors, especially given the level of corrosion and sticking in the old turbo. As well, ensure your VGT solenoid is working correctly. Of course, you could've have multiple issues as Tuscany suggested.
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What year is the van? If it's an 04 you may have a failing high pressure pump that isn't allowing enough ICP to be built, I'd be looking at this last though, rule out the other things first. Plugged MAP port, plugged EBP tube or sensor, failing VGT solenoid.

You may also have an EGR valve that is carboned up or failed internally which would explain the smoke that clears up after you back off.
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