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post #1 of 10 Old 11-02-2012, 05:46 AM Thread Starter
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P012F Code

Why will my truck not throw the P012F code (delta temperature too high) with a Spartan tuner on? I need this code to get it fixed under warranty. And I'd rather not put it back to stock.

I usually run the 300 LL but it won't code on STOCK NO DPF either.
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Can you hook up a trailer and see if it will throw the code? It should then if the oil cooler is plugged.

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It wont throw the code with the Spartan tuner on it. To remove the tune means reinstall the dpf...
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Either way for it to be fixed under warranty dont you have to go back to stock or are you out of warranty?

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Youre gonna have to reinstall the DPF for the warranty repair anyway

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I know it under warranty but thought this might help: Bullet Proof Oil Cooler System, 2008-2010 F-Series, 6.4L Half-Kit

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They won't warranty the oil cooler unless there is a code. Last time, I slapped the emissions stuff back on it and threw the code in 20 minutes.

I just got back from the dealership and the diesel tech says its ok. 240-250 towing for short periods is ok. If the oil cooler was clogged, I'd be hitting 270+ and then there is an issue...

So as I said in the other thread I subscribed to, I am done worrying about the damn thing for a while. Putting Oil Cooler on after lunch for extra insurance!
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They won't warranty the oil cooler unless there is a code. Last time, I slapped the emissions stuff back on it and threw the code in 20 minutes.

I just got back from the dealership and the diesel tech says its ok. 240-250 towing for short periods is ok. If the oil cooler was clogged, I'd be hitting 270+ and then there is an issue...

So as I said in the other thread I subscribed to, I am done worrying about the damn thing for a while. Putting Oil Cooler on after lunch for extra insurance!
I have towed a lot of weight in the summer and the highest i have seen my EOT go is 220. The fan should come on around 220 and cool it off quickly. Also you dont mean your changing the oil cooler right? That is not something that can be done quickly and easily.

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I have towed a lot of weight in the summer and the highest i have seen my EOT go is 220. The fan should come on around 220 and cool it off quickly. Also you dont mean your changing the oil cooler right? That is not something that can be done quickly and easily.
Oops. Meant Coolant Filter.... Actually I have a 9000lb lift/grease rack in my shop . I could do the job, but just rather not mess with it. No time.

Thanks for catching that!
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I have towed a lot of weight in the summer and the highest i have seen my EOT go is 220. The fan should come on around 220 and cool it off quickly. Also you dont mean your changing the oil cooler right? That is not something that can be done quickly and easily.
mine also... towing in the summer up grades it has topped at 226... but quickly drops to 204 or so after the hills


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