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Old 04-23-2013, 06:43 PM
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another p1000 question

I know this has been brought up many times. I cant seem to get the exact answer I'm looking for. I have a Spartan tuned 6.4 with coolant loss so I have returned it to stock and p1000 came up. I have put off going to the dealer to see if I can get this fixed before I dump money for studs but it wont go away.I have googled and it said that about 100 miles it should go but have put that on already.

If I turn it off with the Spartan will it read in all the tcm's when brought to ford?

should I just keep going till it goes away?

Trying to keep this thing as hard to detect at the dealer as possible!!

I am going to brake clean the pipe out,any other things they will look for?
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Old 04-24-2013, 06:15 AM
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Everytime you clear the P1000 it will come back IIRC but will go away on its on after a number of restarts. All fords do it that I am aware of.
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Old 04-25-2013, 03:41 PM
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To clear the P1000, a drive cycle must be completed, to run all the OBD monitors.

I have seen these trucks with upwards of 15-20,000 miles on them with a P1000 in them, and never been tuned or had codes cleared.

I wouldn't lose a whole lot of sleep over it.

To clean the tailpipe, hit it with a pressure washer at the car wash, after spraying a little oven cleaner in the tip.

Again, wouldn't lose a whole lot of sleep over that, either. I have seen lots of stock trucks with dirty pipes.

If push comes to shove, ALL tuners can be detected, period. Just not necessarily at the dealer level. I've only ever seen it happen ONCE, but they can tell it's been tuned.
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thanx for the replies, do you recommend I turn it off or bring it in with the cel on?
I bumped my apt back to may 6th to give it time. I also have started to regen everyday for the last three days as well. is this normal?

I had the pipe in the shed for over a year so I wonder if the soot left in there has hardened?

I deleted at 35k (kms) and have put 35k on it tuned so I would imagine the dpf has allot of life left in it. truck runs good but 10mpg city and regens are hurting the wallet,filling up every four days!! man,stock sucks!!
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Old 04-28-2013, 12:46 PM
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Check engine light should NOT be illuminated by the P1000 code, if the light is on, you have other codes.
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Check engine light should NOT be illuminated by the P1000 code, if the light is on, you have other codes.
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you guys are correct,just went out and re checked and I failed to scroll it down(bonehead move) and I am getting 2031 and 2033 exhaust sensors as well. now what?
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Do you not have them plugged in?
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I just spent the last hour out there,sprayed electrical contact cleaner in it and used the wifes blow dryer on it and cleared the 2031 but still have the 2033, its high bank 1 sensor 2. don't know which one that is. there are two on top of the dpf i'm assuming its one of them. if someone could let me know for sure it would be great, we still have snow up here so less time the better. and yes they were plugged,belive me that's the first thing I checked. i'm working on a deal on 2012 6.7 right now so she better clear incase it trade it in!! but in the mean time she is going into almost steady regen did a tank in two days. its killin me.
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It should be the second sensor (middle). Sounds like it may have went bad
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