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Old 07-30-2012, 05:37 PM
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Code 0069 no start

Ok so I did the turbo cleaning procedure, now I can't get the truck to start. Sounds like it wants to but no dice. Scan shows code 0069
- I checked Vgt connection
- cleaned map sensor

All wires looked hooked up

Any clues to what I pooched.

I'm going to start pulling it all apart until the obvious hits me or someone wiser and of fresher mind can lead me to my error

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Old 07-30-2012, 05:40 PM
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The code is for "MAP/BARO Correlation" Suspect items listed are "Biased MAP or BARO sensor, circuitry". Sounds like the MAP (manifold absolute pressure) and BARO (barometric pressure) sensors are not in agreement.. " Maybe play with the MAP a little and see if something looks off
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Old 07-30-2012, 07:32 PM
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According to what I just googled it appears to be your MAP sensor. Try just disconnecting and reconnecting the plug and see if the code goes away or comes back if you have cleared it and try to restart. If not, check the hose to make sure it isnt plugged. If it is, replace. If you are still not able to clear the code and/or start the truck, replace the MAP sensor. Hope this helps man.
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Old 07-31-2012, 03:44 PM
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I'm kinda half in the garage and supposed to leave for holidays in the am


Code 0069 no start
Ok so I did the turbo cleaning procedure, now I can't get the truck to start. Sounds like it wants to but no dice. Scan shows code 0069
- I checked Vgt connection
- cleaned map sensor

All wires looked hooked up

Any clues to what I pooched.

I'm going to start pulling it all apart until the obvious hits me or someone wiser and of fresher mind can lead me to my error
did you take turbo off? if so check your ipr and make sure you didn't disconnect it by accident, a map sensor biased or disconnect will not give you a no start unless 5 volt reference is shorted,check your reference voltage if ipr is ok. even then ive never ever seen map give a no start. hope this helps

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Old 07-31-2012, 04:17 PM
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Team I am so stumped
hail Maried sensors at it all day!
And still nothing! I am at a loss here. Family has had their bags packed sitting by the door waiting to go to the lake since this am! I feel like a real turd.

Dealership isn't avail to take in for another week and a half
Changed the following
-Icp
-ipr
-ebp
-map
- even a Half shEll ficm.

Searched wiring waiting for that duh moment. But it hasn't arrived
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Old 07-31-2012, 04:52 PM
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Team I am so stumped
hail Maried sensors at it all day!
And still nothing! I am at a loss here. Family has had their bags packed sitting by the door waiting to go to the lake since this am! I feel like a real turd.

Dealership isn't avail to take in for another week and a half
Changed the following
-Icp
-ipr
-ebp
-map
- even a Half shEll ficm.

Searched wiring waiting for that duh moment. But it hasn't arrived
do you have anyway to monitor icp, ipr, and sink and ficm sink? we need to know what rpm its turning over at. dude i wish i could help you right now! i would come over.
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Old 07-31-2012, 04:59 PM
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Alberta is a little far from ya!

I'll check to see if my sct or edge will tell me any of that


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Old 07-31-2012, 05:09 PM
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Map .3
Icp 1360
Ipw 1.59
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Old 07-31-2012, 05:09 PM
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Look on your Edge for the "Injection Control Pressure" PID. Then put your stock tune on and try to start the truck.

Nevermind, I see you posted ICP. Is that on a stock tune?? If not return to stock and try.

I have a feeling your cam shaft position sensor and/or crank shaft position sensor has died on you. THIS will cause you to not start. Also you MAP should read like 10-15psi because it is absolute so even though there is no boost it should still be picking up whatever the atmospheric pressure is.

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Old 07-31-2012, 05:13 PM
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Map .3
Icp 1360
Ipw 1.59
OK your over 200rpms by the numbers of your icp and you dont have high presure oil leak. what is you sink and ficm sink are you able to see this. also do you here your injector buzz when you turn key on? call me ill pm you my number
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