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Old 04-11-2013, 12:31 PM
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Ok basic's 2006 F350 auto.. Only aftermarket is coolant filter and 58v ficm. Running livewire TS with canned tune.

Was doing my flush prior to getting egr delete done. Pulled stat and was running cardboard on rad to keep at temp. ( All temps were normal on TS an Dash) Was in tow mode to keep RPM up. Went back to reg mode and about 3 minutes later truck shut off doing 50.

Now my on board systems says..
Engine data sensor error, Transmission data sensor error.

Truck will NOT turn over and the cel is on.

We have tried to set back to stock but get a error on TS, Tried to see what dtc codes were on TS and get a error on TS, hit clear codes says it does but still nothing.

Just had bat's checked all at 900+ cca. going out now to clean an dry as many connections as i can get to and re install bats.

Any help or info would be awesome. OHH i also get a TBC failure on my indash monitor
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Old 04-11-2013, 12:51 PM
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Ok basic's 2006 F350 auto.. Only aftermarket is coolant filter and 58v ficm. Running livewire TS with canned tune.

Was doing my flush prior to getting egr delete done. Pulled stat and was running cardboard on rad to keep at temp. ( All temps were normal on TS an Dash) Was in tow mode to keep RPM up. Went back to reg mode and about 3 minutes later truck shut off doing 50.

Now my on board systems says..
Engine data sensor error, Transmission data sensor error.

Truck will NOT turn over and the cel is on. (No Crank period or no start? Injector Buzz?)
We have tried to set back to stock but get a error on TS, Tried to see what dtc codes were on TS and get a error on TS, hit clear codes says it does but still nothing.

Just had bat's checked all at 900+ cca. going out now to clean an dry as many connections as i can get to and re install bats.

Any help or info would be awesome. OHH i also get a TBC failure on my indash monitor (This can be caused by the Brake Pressure switch or wiring)
Once you have the batteries in let us know the answers to the above maybe we can narrow it down.
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Old 04-11-2013, 12:57 PM
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same nothing, can hear buzz nut no crank
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Have you tried to start in Neutral? Does the starter click? Do you have a code reader other than the Livewire? What is the voltage KOEO and KOEC
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Old 04-11-2013, 01:30 PM
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just got off phone with STC they think its the pcm fuse under hood, will see if i can find it and check it
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Should be located next to driverside battery. I know for sure there is a relay may be a fuse as well. Other thing to try is unplug the clutch on the fan.
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ok will go try that
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Sorry my reply was kind of confusing. Re-read it now. Just to clarify. PCM is located by driverside battery on the fender side. Relay 302 is for the PCM it is located in the fuse block under dash. You can also check 30(15A for starter relay) 113(30A for Starter) and 307 (Relay for starter.) The only thing that makes me wonder is I thought the FICM was on the same circuit and you said you have injector buzz. Not near my truck and only have the fuse numbers on my phone. Don't have my other info.
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Nothing i tried worked iy left on a cummins powered truck to the shop will post what the problem was incase someone else has it
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Ok truck is at the shop, Seems a wire on the EGR plug shorted out which killed power to a few other things, Unplugged it and fired up. So since they are doing the delete it wont matter, should have only cost me 4 fuses and about 30 minutes
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