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post #1 of 7 Old 09-29-2007, 06:54 PM Thread Starter
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Unhappy Help! I need some Ideas !!!!!!!

I ran a post a couple of months ago about my 04 6.0 CCSD cutting out. The trucks seems to be cutting off like its skipping or the key is being turned off. I've had it in the shop three times already, I don't think they have a clue. I have only had the truck 4 months and it has 41k. I get the same engine code P0470 EBP error. They've replaced the EBP sensor the EGR valve and the last time they cleaned the turbo viens adn unisone ring. I runs a couple of days fine when I get it back and then it does it again and gets worse from there. I even tried to take it back to the dealer today and trade it off. Of course, they didn't want to give me anything. They had a 02 one owner 7.3 with 38k, but I don't think I can handle the loose on my truck. I need some Ideas fast PLEASE HELP!

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post #2 of 7 Old 09-29-2007, 07:01 PM
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Hey buddy its Saterday night might not get any good hits on this thread for a while.
Let me pm a link to it to a couple people that can prob help you out.
Check back tomorrow and see if you dont have some help.
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does it cut off while driving or at lower speeds?

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It does not actually cut off. The engine goes quiet and acts like the went below an idle. Sometimes working the pedal will bring it back. Driving home from work it will start jerking about 1700rpm's, I can give it an open throttle and it will go away for a while. I asked the tech about the signal from the throttle pedal to the actuator on the motor and didn't have much to say. I also wonder about the IPR and ICP sensors.

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with that code....its pretty much got to be a wiring concern, a sensor concern, a plugged EBP tube, or a exhaust leak in the Y pipe

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Hello everybody, I don't know what happened but I just got tired of the 2004 6.0L sitting in the shop more than I was driving it so I took it back to the deal and took my loss. I found a 02 7.3L CC SD very nice very clean truck with 32K original miles and a one owner. I spoke with the owner and the oasis was clean. Never had any work other that the regular services. The truck runs great and I went ahead with a 4/48k warranty to boot. I want to thank everybody for the help and support and I'm sure I'll have questions in the future on this truck. This forum is really great, I like to do most of my own work you people are my tech support. Thanks again!

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