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Old 01-18-2012, 08:36 PM
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Cold weather codes!?!?

Looking for some advice...

The temp dropped to -33C here in Edmonton this week, and suddenly I'm popping codes regarding my turbo system.
P2263 - Turbo/Super charger boost system performance
P2563 - Turbocharger boost control position sensor circuit range/performance

Should I be worried? Truck seems to be running fine, and this just came up in the cold weather. I'm running DPF delete, S&B intake, and a Mini Max (generally on no power or mild for mpg's) on my 2010 F-350 Harley crew cab 4x4. I don't have a winter front, but I've run a 6.4 since '08 (this is my '10) with no need up till now. Have had this truck going on 3 yrs now with no issues of this sort.


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Bump. Getting the same codes up here in Fort Mac...I'm starting to think it might be related to the cold though. I'm running the black maxx (hot damn tunes) on its lowest setting.
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-41 last week Winnipeg Manitoba same codes clean and replace epb sensor and tube truck was find for a week after that ..very cold today codes back remove Map Sensor found oil and other sh-t in there from the ccv system clean and replace road test OK

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Looking for some advice...

The temp dropped to -33C here in Edmonton this week, and suddenly I'm popping codes regarding my turbo system.
P2263 - Turbo/Super charger boost system performance
P2563 - Turbocharger boost control position sensor circuit range/performance

Should I be worried? Truck seems to be running fine, and this just came up in the cold weather. I'm running DPF delete, S&B intake, and a Mini Max (generally on no power or mild for mpg's) on my 2010 F-350 Harley crew cab 4x4. I don't have a winter front, but I've run a 6.4 since '08 (this is my '10) with no need up till now. Have had this truck going on 3 yrs now with no issues of this sort.


Your thoughts are appreciated.
Read my lower post ...dtw are u getting better MPG on mild ? I'm always on hot seems the same

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Glad to know I'm not alone on this.

I seem to get my best mileage on the no power setting, or Mild. I LOVE the Hot setting for fooling around, but it's definitely not the best mileage...
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Glad to know I'm not alone on this.

I seem to get my best mileage on the no power setting, or Mild. I LOVE the Hot setting for fooling around, but it's definitely not the best mileage...
i will try it on no power
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I'm up in Dawson creek the same codes. But only below minus 20.. Asked dealer he said exhaust back pressure sensor?? Any ideas?
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Mine has done the same code P2263 and P132B but the temp here has been in mid 50's-60's? My truck is stock when it comes to the motor other than a K&N CAI. Im curious about the code myself...
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I'm up in Dawson creek the same codes. But only below minus 20.. Asked dealer he said exhaust back pressure sensor?? Any ideas?
Replace or clean ebp and map sensor and give it a try ...it work for me so far

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It warmed up here to between -15 and +3 or so, and no codes at all suddenly. I don't have a winter front so I'm wondering if maybe the air was too cold? Everything is back to normal.
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