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Old 05-04-2010, 04:37 PM
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Question Installed B&S Intake...got DTCs

I installed the S&B Intake today, reloaded the 250 Tune (Spartan), and away I went. I began the TCM relearn process. When 0-65 WOT truck falls on its face when shifting around 3rd. Either 2-3 or 3-4. It's like it shuts down and picks back up and goes. Read codes and two DTCs popped up. I cleared the codes and read the codes again and no codes. I rev up the RPMs in park (enough to blow a little black smoke) and read the codes again and the same two codes popped up. These are the codesexactly what it says)

Mil Statusis OFF
DTC Code = PO284 Cylinder 8 Contribution/Balance
DTC Code = P1000 OBD Systems Readiness
Test Not Complete

What does this mean? Is it hurting anything to run the truck with these codes? The codes only show on the diagnostic if I get in it a little. Didn't do it before the intake or relearn process.

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Old 05-05-2010, 03:26 AM
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You have a problem with #8 cyl. Is your truck a job 1? Are you under warranty? You may have an injector going bad.
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Truck is job1. Is under warranty. Should I wait until goes out cometely before taking it to dealer? Don't know if codes will pop up when back stock. Don't want to go back stock for nothing.
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Old 05-05-2010, 07:06 AM
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I'd go back to stock, let it go thru a regen, then take it in and say it feels like it's running rough and someone said you should do a contribution test on it. If you wait for it to fail, you will need a new motor.
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It has not thrown any codes today. Haven't really gotten in it though. Just drove to work. Revved up engine in park a little (puffing black smoke) and still no codes. Truck has never run rough, other than falling on it's face yesterday when 0-60 WOT. Will haveto wait till this weekend to go back to stock. Should I still take it in if no more codes?
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Old 05-05-2010, 07:05 PM
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Still no codes. Coul it just have been the truck getting familiar to the tune? I got in it pretty good waxing a buddy's Duramax at a red light this evening. Ran codes on the DashDaq and 0 DTCs. Should I still be worried about an injector?
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I'd go back to stock, let it go thru a regen, then take it in and say it feels like it's running rough and someone said you should do a contribution test on it. If you wait for it to fail, you will need a new motor.
What John said ^^^^

You need to get it to the dealer. Put it back to stock ASAP and get it in. Cylinder codes are not flukes usually.
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I've noticed you've have said you've got a B&S a few times. Unless a new brand is out I think you are running a S&B intake, not a B&S. Not a big deal just thought you might like to know for future reference.
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I've noticed you've have said you've got a B&S a few times. Unless a new brand is out I think you are running a S&B intake, not a B&S. Not a big deal just thought you might like to know for future reference.
I thought he might not be happy with the intake and did it on purpose.
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My bad...I get turned around 1000 things running through my head. It is S&B and I am happy with it. I must have had a lot of BS running through my head. Thanks
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