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Old 10-10-2012, 04:52 PM
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P0267 and P0269 codes

Like others, I am experiencing the 0267/0269 codes after rebuilding my oil cooler. So I bought new batteries today after mine had been showing sub-12v (and they were >3yrs old). So I took it to the dealer just to see if they could fix it without a FICM replacement.

I am pretty sure I am going to need a new FICM. Can anyone think of other ideas to solve that issue? My Edge Insight CS and multimeter show 47v or better on the FICM.

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Brandon
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your ficm voltage is good voltage. 47 volts or higher is perfect(can go down to 46, 45 volts i believe) I would look elsewhere with this problem.ALso if it was a ficm problem you would be throwing codes for all injectors.
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your ficm voltage is good voltage. 47 volts or higher is perfect(can go down to 46, 45 volts i believe) I would look elsewhere with this problem.ALso if it was a ficm problem you would be throwing codes for all injectors.
Not true, Iirc, the early model ficm can drop one or more cylinders. Ficm logic board could be bad also, with good voltage.

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Check your ficm connectors, and injector connector. Does it run rough at idle, shudder at highway speeds, any smoke?

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I appreciate the replies. The connectors was what came to mind to me as well. I unplugged them and put them back in but no change.

It actually does shutter now at 45-50 mph and it didn't do that before. It runs a little rough at all times after these codes.
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I appreciate the replies. The connectors was what came to mind to me as well. I unplugged them and put them back in but no change.

It actually does shutter now at 45-50 mph and it didn't do that before. It runs a little rough at all times after these codes.
Well, here you go........Why you shouldn't drive around with injector codes!

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Thanks, brother.

Due to my time crunch and my truck still being at the Dealership for alignment I purchased a new injector and standpipes/dummy plugs from PMM. I also purchased a new FICM from ficmrepair.com which will hopefully arrive Saturday or Monday.
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