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9 codes on my 6.0 just popped up!

2006 F250 6.0, 36k orig miles.....my engine light came on today, seems to be running normally. I hooked it up and 9 codes came up. PO261,PO264,PO267,PO270,PO273,PO276,PO279,PO282, and PO611. Doing some research, it seems all over the place.

FICM, eh?

Any help guys?

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trade it for a 7.3
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trade it for a 7.3
I think it is high time you find something else to do with your time.
This is all you ever say, and the forum is about helping others.
This doesn't help anyone. Just shut your damn piehole and go back to the OBS/7.3 forum where you belong.
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Just googling codes and old post, check your plugs at the ficm... See if they are seated properly. Can you monitor the FICM with a gauge?

If you end up with FICM trouble, Ed at ficmrepair.com is highly recommended. I will be doing business with him soon.
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2006 F250 6.0, 36k orig miles.....my engine light came on today, seems to be running normally. I hooked it up and 9 codes came up. PO261,PO264,PO267,PO270,PO273,PO276,PO279,PO282, and PO611. Doing some research, it seems all over the place.

FICM, eh?
P0261: Cyl 1 injector circuit low
P0264: Cyl 2 injector circuit low
P0267: Cyl 3 injector circuit low
P0270: cyl 4 injector circuit low
P0273: Cyl 5 injector circuit low
P0276: Cyl 6 injector circuit low
P0279: Cyl 7 injector circuit low
P0282: Cyl 8 injector curcuit low
P0611: FICM performance
These pretty much spell the death of the FICM. Give Ed at FICMrepair dot com a shout.
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2006 F250 6.0, 36k orig miles.....my engine light came on today, seems to be running normally. I hooked it up and 9 codes came up. PO261,PO264,PO267,PO270,PO273,PO276,PO279,PO282, and PO611. Doing some research, it seems all over the place.

FICM, eh?

Any help guys?
I just got one in from Ed and I can feel a difference with acceleration with the atlas 40. It was a real pain to get the plugs to click in though. My suggestion is to do the back one 1st.
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Just bought the Dorman replacement part. Gotta tear the FICM apart to install it. Ill let ya know.
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All is good. Downside of Dorman product, the epoxy is everywhere so you have to perform surgery on a brand new board to remove some for the 7 screw holes. It also said it comes with heat shield pad....wrong! Had to use the old one from Ford. Easy to install in the FICM though. Great instructions that come with it. $203.00 and change for the part. So far no check engine light. I put all 3 plugs back in the module but never heard a click like I was supposed to. Hope they stay put. Looks like they butt up against the valve cover, don't know where they would go anyway, nowhere to back out..

One tip for those looking to replace their FICM. ..completely remove the coolant reservoir. Makes things 10x easier. Hardest part...getting the plugs back in the module. Damn.....
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