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Old 08-31-2013, 04:09 PM
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Getting P0273 & P0282 codes after EGR delete

A few weeks ago I started getting the white smoke from the exhaust. After confirming the failed EGR cooler it sat for a few weeks while I gathered parts and time off.

Fast forward to today. The EGR has been deleted and during the coolant flush cycle (I'm planning on replacing the oil cooler once I finish this Restore & Restore Plus flush) I took it on the highway to get the engine up to temp.

Even while leaving the driveway it seemed to have a bit of hesitation (which at the time I attributed it to air in the fuel system since I also upgraded to the blue spring) which didn't go away once it was on the highway.

I loaded up Torque and it is now listing P0273 & P0282. I think I've got the troubleshooting doc to test the resistance of the injectors and to test the FICM. Yet FICM voltage was showing between 48-49.5.

Anything else I could look at or try? I have reseated the #5 & #8 connectors also.

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make sure the connections are still seated properly. sounds like those two injectors arnt plugged in.
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Originally Posted by jtaylor75 View Post
make sure the connections are still seated properly. sounds like those two injectors arnt plugged in.
You were correct.

I removed the connectors at the injector to test the resistance. They tested fine, 1.2-1.5 cold.

So I then unbolted the FICM to test continuity and noticed that the #2 connector wasn't fully seated. I reseated it and all is good!
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