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post #1 of 6 Old 01-26-2013, 05:36 AM Thread Starter
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My FICM bounces between 46 to 48 volts on the highway and in the city normal driving conditions Is this okay


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Re: Ficm

My ficm never stops below 47.5 so I'm assuming yours is going out. Just keep a close eye on it...

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46-48 should be fine
mine starting going bad when it was dropping to 44 driving on the freeway.

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yeah i just got my edge insight so i started all the monitoring yesterday, its a non-tune module so just for gauging and fuel econ data but everything comes back great , yet having a weird power/turbo loss from 1800-2200 leaving from a light or rolling slow, once power comes back to normal it blows a ton of blueish smoke , i am going to check my egr valve then multi meter the FICM in case the edge isn't picking up a true voltage, hope I don't have to do injector or worse turbo
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If i upgrade to a 53 or 58v is the minimum volts allowed still the same as a 48v. Like if i go below 47 i should be concerned
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I would suspect the batteries if bouncing 46-48.

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