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Old 10-01-2013, 11:31 AM
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DTC CODE PO480 fan 1 control circuit

Hello all, got my first trouble code & looking for some assistance with this thing. Im wondering if this is coming from the front fan connection... the reason I say this is b/c during my EGR delete a few weeks ago I was trying to disconnect that fan connection & I couldnt seem to get it loose. so I just worked around it & thought everything was ok, today I was exploring through tuner & went to check diagnostic's in menu & this p0480 code was there? Current operating oil temps seem to be in the 190's-203 as of today, with coolant ranging anywhere from 3-6 degrees of oil temps. I am a DIY'r and any assistance would greatly be appreciated.

Will all trouble codes go through tuner now, instead of instrument panel? or will codes that are really troublesome still show up on instrument cluster?
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Old 10-01-2013, 12:00 PM
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viewing from under hood & looking at fan, it does seem to be rotating durning operating temps.
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Old 10-04-2013, 01:17 PM
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Looks to be my fan clutch & 2 temp sensor.
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I am having the same issue after my EGR delete, what did you do to correct the problem?
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