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Old 02-23-2014, 04:46 PM
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Dtc p252f

I have an 08 6.4 and I'm running innovatives x street tune. Whenever I get into it as soon as i let off it goes into reduced engine power and throws code p252f, which as I understand it's a high oil level code. I checked my oil of course and it's fine. I searched the forums but there's not much about this issue. What I've figured out is that it happens only on the newest p30 strategy from ford. The tune I have is the 3.01 version. Will a tune update fix this? Has anybody had this problem and figured out the solution. I have nowhere to start and I'm getting sick of it going into limp mode every time I want to have a little fun. Thanks
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Old 02-23-2014, 07:33 PM
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Call innovative, they will get you fixed up. The way the parameters were setup on the new flashes from ford to detect a leaking injector or etc. causes this since there isn't an actual oil level sensor it uses several parameters to come to the conclusion that your oil level may be rising from fuel dilution. The extreme tunes from IDP will cause it to trigger that code because of the tight tolerances Ford uses to try and "GUESS" that the oil may be gaining level but IDP will get you fixed up so you don't have that problem anymore
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I emailed them and the reply I got was to try and clean the ebp sensor and tube. I live right down the road from their shop so I will stop in one day after work and try. Thanks. Did you have this problem ?
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Old 02-24-2014, 07:12 AM
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I went to innovative this morning and got updated tunes and a different stock flash that should take care of my problem.
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