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Old 01-07-2014, 05:04 AM
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Code p0087 2008 tuned 6.4 with deletes

Went to go to work this morning, -13 and it just died throwing up this code on the way, it's idling fine after clearing the code, so I can keep warm until my ride gets here, but aside from low pressure fuel, how do I fix?


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Old 01-07-2014, 06:11 AM
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Could this be a fuel gelling issue? I filled up last evening and didnt run an additive as I try to only run it every other tank, running truck on mild tune with less than 2000 miles on new fuel filters... I parked it on the side of the road and took my civic to work. At some point I will have to get this going. Sucks, but what are you gonna do?
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Old 01-08-2014, 01:48 PM
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On my way to work yesterday (-9 degrees), I had my cruise set at 70mph. Suddenly the truck started missing and wouldn't respond to the gas pedal. Coasted to the end of exit ramp and the truck ran just fine for the next 3 miles. Then going down the road about 60mph, it did it again. Stopped at the stoplight and it ran fine all the way to work (another .5 mile).

HS Mini Maxx threw a P0087 code (low fuel pressure)

Got some diesel additive, put it in, and no more problems, so I think my fuel was starting to gel.

Sounds like your did too.
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Got a buddy that got the same code in his D-Max two days ago when it was -16. His fuel gelled too and caused his issue.
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