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Old 11-16-2012, 09:44 AM
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P0272 Code

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I am getting a P0272 code. My truck has had a cold starting problem for years and lately it is stumbling pretty bad until it gets warm. Then under a load you can still feel it some.

I have a CCSB with SCT and EDge INsight monitor as of a few days ago. Monitor shows FICM at 48.0-48.5.

I am also running Hot Shot Secret with hopes that this is stiction. So far it hasnt cleared it up. I am not running synthetic but will on next change and all others after that from the info I have learned on here.

So what I am trying to find out it, is there any way to determine if the code is -
1) stiction
2) FICM
3) Injector

Thanks all.
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So what I am trying to find out it, is there any way to determine if the code is -
1) stiction
2) FICM
3) Injector

Thanks all.
Yes there is, google the code.

This what I found when I googled it.

http://www.thedieselstop.com/forums/...-p0272-104392/

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It's not stiction, still could be ficm. I would do this.......Ohm tested #4 injector.

What year is your truck?

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Old 11-16-2012, 10:33 AM
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Truck is an 06.


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I have some diesel kleen with cetene booster and will add it ASAP. I picked it up last week and just haven't put it in yet.

I am going to ohm test the injector. Not sure how to do it and where to start but ill did into the threads and see what I can find. Do you know if I have to remove anything to get to the injector? I haven't some much wrenching on her yet so I assume I'm about to get dirty.


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While I run diesel kleen your issue is likely on the oil side not fuel side
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I was thinking that too and tried the HSS. Looking at rev-x but not sure If i can run both in there or have to wait for next oil change.


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All you have to do is squeeze the wire retainer to get the harness plug off. It doesn't take long to check, it could be a mechanical failure also.

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