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Old 07-27-2009, 05:50 PM
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DPF issue, CEL, wrench and "reduced engine power"

The wife was driving the truck and it popped a CEL, wrench and the "reduced engine power" message. I checked the codes and it shows a P2002 and a P2463. I had a P2002 code that cleared a few weeks ago but these won't clear. Any ideas. I read that the aft most EGT probe in the exhaust could cause a P2002. The P2463 is a dpf soot accumulation code. The truck keeps trying to go into regen but won't stay for more than a few seconds.

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Chris
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get ya a spartan and get rid of the DPF!! lol j/k here's a bump for ya until someone more knowledgeable comes along!
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Not sure if its a blessing or a curse.

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get ya a spartan and get rid of the DPF!! lol j/k here's a bump for ya until someone more knowledgeable comes along!
Well, today I was putting the stock exhaust and intake back on for a potential drive to the dealer. When I was finished I scanned the truck for DTC's and then pulled the negative battery cables to see if it would reset the ECM. It reset it alright. When I was finished the truck wouldn't even turn over. I called roadside assistance and had it towed. Kind of sad seeing that big ol powerstroke chained to a rollback. Anyway, I'm finished with DPF woes. When I get it back I'll give Spartan a call and install my delete pipe.

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