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Old 07-23-2013, 02:06 PM
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Insight cts warning reading

So I updated my insight cts last night to the newest version and after starting the truck this morning, I immediately got a INJPWR alert and it read 50.7. I've never seen this alert before and have no clue as to what it's trying to say, any help would be appreciated, thanks
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Old 07-23-2013, 04:37 PM
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Oh And I don't know if it relates but I do have a leak somewhere and you can really hear a wooshing when it hits about 15 psi
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Oh And I don't know if it relates but I do have a leak somewhere and you can really hear a wooshing when it hits about 15 psi
Not sure about the code on the CTS, but that whooshing sound is likely a leak in one of your CAC boots. Check them for tears around the clamps.
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So I updated my insight cts last night to the newest version and after starting the truck this morning, I immediately got a INJPWR alert and it read 50.7. I've never seen this alert before and have no clue as to what it's trying to say, any help would be appreciated, thanks
Have been several threads about this new update issue. I think most just disable the alarm. Try searching on here and I bet the threads will pop up. Hope this helps

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I did a quick search but didnt come up with anything, I'll try some different keywords then, and the only boot I haven't checked is the one on drivers side intercooler, do that soon, thanks so far for the replies
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I did a quick search but didnt come up with anything, I'll try some different keywords then, and the only boot I haven't checked is the one on drivers side intercooler, do that soon, thanks so far for the replies
Yup check all the boots. Mine was leaking at the passenger side inter cooler. Also check all turbo connections, especially up pipe. If you're sure it's not one of the boots or clamp connection the next spots to look are the passenger and driver up pipes themselves. If you still have egr or just used a block off plate then check the Y pipe that connects to the egr. It notoriously fails.


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So I updated my insight cts last night to the newest version and after starting the truck this morning, I immediately got a INJPWR alert and it read 50.7. I've never seen this alert before and have no clue as to what it's trying to say, any help would be appreciated, thanks
Yeah, looks like Edge added some sort of new PID called INJPWR, and by defauly it has an alarm set at <250.

So, as soon as you fire it up, your FICM Main voltage is, of course, less than 250, so it freaks out.

Took me a couple minutes to figure this one out and find the Alerts Menu to disable it.

Looks like they also messed with the EGT PID too... had to go change that as well.


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Hopefully it's not a cracked bellow, I haven't touched the egr at all and never touched the turbo. Glad to know its just an edge issue though and not my truck haha
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