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Old 10-07-2013, 12:22 AM
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Help! 06 F250 died with codes.

Hello all, glad to be a part of this forum.
A few days ago I was driving to work and as I touched the brakes to go over a set of train tracks my truck died and wouldn't restart. There was no indicators of anything wrong, no smells, no leaks, no sputtering or shaking, nothing. I had the truck towed to my buddies place to check for codes. Here is the list and feel free to correct me if I'm wrong on any of the codes.

P0562-system voltage low
P1000-monitor tests incomplete
P1378-FICM supply voltage low
P0401-low EGR flow(have delete kit installed which is why)
C1155-speed wheel sensor input circuit failure
C1238-ABS hydraulic pressure differential switch input circuit failure
B2900-VIN mismatch
B1317-battery voltage high
B1352-ignition key-in circuit failure
B1360-ignition run/acc circuit open
U1900-CAN communication bus fault
U2014-audio subwoofer unit not responding(I don't have a subwoofer in the truck, factory or otherwise)

Also when I used my scan tool when it first died, I got the code p2290 which i believe is injector control pressure too low(possibly ICP sensor?)

Also, not sure if this has anything to do with the current issue, but about 2 months ago my truck was starting to overheat and it turned out that my oil cooler went for a turd so i had a new one installed as well as a new rad.

Any help determining what the issue is would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.



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Last edited by Triplestroke; 10-07-2013 at 12:32 AM. Reason: Adding details
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Old 10-07-2013, 07:05 AM
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Check the harnesses from the steering column.
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Old 10-07-2013, 12:11 PM
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Ok, thanks. Are we looking for potential shorts in the wiring?
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shorts or unplugged subwireing under dash comeing from steering column.
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Old 10-07-2013, 01:37 PM
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Ok thanks for the help. I'll have a look.

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Sounds to me like u jiggled something unplugged or a sort in the ECM on the circuit going to the key
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Sorry I didn't see the rest bout the icp. On the icp unplugg it depends on the truck valve cover or back of the head. Now check that for oil intrusion and see if oil when down that harness.
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