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Old 11-23-2010, 02:52 PM
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code p1335 egr issue

Pulled code 1335 and was wondering if it would just mean I need a new egr valvve. Cleaned it a month ago and then 2 weeks later it was covered in carbon again. Symptoms include stalling from park to reverse and drive. Low power off the start. Any ideas
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Sounds like you might need another EGR valve.
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Same code on mine. Same thing last week. Cleaned. Will take it out again today and clean it. If I can get it to close, I'll unplug it.

Stupid ford.
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P0404 today which is another EGR code.

I love this truck. so much. Oh ford, how great are thee.

Can't wait to trade you in for a GMC...

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you may need to pull your intake and clean all the crap out of it too or it's possible you'll plug up the new valve also

ever think your fuel quality may be the root cause of this problem. do you run any fuel additive? you definitely should
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you may need to pull your intake and clean all the crap out of it too or it's possible you'll plug up the new valve also

ever think your fuel quality may be the root cause of this problem. do you run any fuel additive? you definitely should
I run an additive in the winter. The fuel I buy has a cetane grade of 40, which should be reasonably OK. This is the only truck I have a problem with, everything else never gives me grief. Usually 30 minutes to take apart and clean the EGR and it's ok for a few months. Stupid. Anything over 8500lbs doesn't need emissions in my state, yet these trucks have EGR's. Lame.

It's too small anyway so I need to replace it. GVWR is 10k and it's 8k empty so other than a driver, it's not too useful for working. I understand the 2005+ trucks were 11.5k GVWR...

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