Today I finally got around to doing the blue spring upgrade as well as installing my new intake. Everything went pretty smooth as far as I'm concerned.
(Back story on Edge Evo CTS) I bought the overhead mount for the monitor and installed it a few weeks ago... it looked great! Then the next day it was hotter than heck - about 95* and the velcro I tried to use didn't hold. So I've been driving around without the CTS hooked up.
(Fast forward to today) I returned the programming to stock, then hooked the CTS to my laptop and updated it for the first time - no updates for me as far as I can tell, just some update about a screen freeze for 7.3L. I put an awesome Punisher skull as my background and went to reprogram the truck back to level 2, which is what I have it set to for my daily driving. As soon as I start the truck up after the programming, I get an INJPWR alarm flashing at me with the value fluctuating between 49.2 and 49.7 (volts, I think). I've searched this forum (as well as the internet) high and low and cannot find anything to tell me what a normal reading for INJPWR is... or what 49.2 might mean for me and my truck. The alarm is set for 250, does this mean whatever INJPWR is, it dropped below 250? Also, I'm pretty sure this PID didn't exist until I updated the CTS today, I don't remember ever seeing this PID as an option to display. Everything else seems to be normal. My FICM voltage reads a steady 48.5v.
Can anyone shed some light on this for me? The truck seems to be running fine to me. No other abnormalities have presented themselves.