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post #1 of 4 Old 07-08-2011, 05:54 PM Thread Starter
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In need of code breaker!

06 F250 with newly replaced oil and Egr delete. I first got P0403 & P0405, so I put the egr valve back in and plugged it up. Ran great for about 5 min. Now have code p2284. I am sure I put everything back as it was so what the heck is goin on? It spits, sputters, and surges. When accelerator is punched runs like a scalded BEAST! Sometime it also seems to not shif properly. Any Ideas?
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P0403 and P0405 are beause the EGR valve was unplugged.

P2284 Is and ICP sensor fault. My guess is that the sensor got unplugged/ beat up or the pigtail has an issue. As I re-read your post I am wondering if you changed the oil or the oil cooler. If you replaced the oil cooler and screen and the little sump under the cooler was emptied you could have sucked air into the HPOP. When you get air into the high pressure oil system it can take some time to work it out. I would take it out and drive it pretty hard for about 20 min and see if that clears the problem up.
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Nothing like great advice. I did change the oil cooler and the screen. I will try this out and let ya know how it works out.
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Swamp Lizzard - I'm having similar issues. Was your issue ever resolved?
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