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Old 03-27-2012, 01:02 PM
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just picked up f350, pulled these codes

Just picked up a 05 f350. I bought a tuner for it and pulled the DTC codes. I got p2614 p2617 p0611 p0470 p0341 P0336. I decided to erase them and see if any come back since i dont have any illuminated CEL. Seems to run good, only problems i see are some bluish smoke on startup as well as on a cold startup it runs real choppy for a few seconds until the oil pressure comes up the it smooths out. Once in awhile it will idle high also appx 900-1000 rpm but if you tap the fuel pedal it clears out.

Should i be concerned about some of this and where should i start checking for problems. Thanks
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blue smoke/ running rough is probably just injector stiction... Get some REV-X and you should be fine


The factory "higher Idle" is normal for colder conditions until you tap the throttle OR the brake peddle.
Just made to warm up truck faster
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p2614 camshaft sensor open
p2617 crankshaft sensor open

These first two are likely due to someone cranking the engine without it firing for an extended period of time. Was any work done to the engine recently? Typically you can erase these and they won't come back.


p0611 FICM performance
Common problem - go check out the FICM voltage right now (I mean it) as per the procedure you will find here in the forum (do it COLD and at all three points KOEO, cranking, and running) it must be 48V at all points. Since you have P0611, it likely isn't 48V. You can get the FICM rebuilt by a couple good vendors you will find here. Don't go to Ford or you will get screwed and get an FICM that will fail again. Fix this now, or spend a couple grand on injectors. Also, be sure your batteries are up to snuff before you do the test (i.e. load test them individually and get them fully charged)

p0470 Exhaust pressure sensor
Probably a little carbon in the EBP. Just take the tube off and run a wire or pipe cleaner down it.

p0341 camshaft sensor performance
P0336 crankshaft sensor performance

Probably the same as the first two codes - just clear them and see if they come back.

bluish smoke on startup
could be related to the FICM, or just be normal smoke at start-up. If it really is blue, it could be the start of a turbo oil seal leak. Don't sweat it for now and see if it gets worse.


cold startup it runs real choppy for a few seconds
Could be FICM issue. Get that puppy figured out NOW (I mean it)


it will idle high also appx 900-1000 rpm but if you tap the fuel pedal it clears out
This is normal, it will high idle after a certain period of time until it warms up or you put on the brake.

MikeB
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