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Old 09-11-2013, 02:24 PM
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p0297 p0219 p2563 codes and cel

Hey guys, Heres what I was told happened... My son states he was driving regular and turned a corner and the truck felt like it lost power and then stalled... Restarted and it felt fine for a while then felt like it was down on power again and through the CEL... he also claimed he was driving it at the stock setting no power on the h&s mini max..

The codes are p0297 vehicle overspeed condition
p0219 engine overspeed condition
p2563 turbo charger boost control sensor ciruit range/performance.
I took the truck out and it seems fine at the moment, even put the hot tune in and it still ran fine...

Is it possable he was just out beating the crap out of the truck or are these codes showing an issue with the truck?

Truck is a 09 with 33k miles and has dpf delete, afe intake, egr delete, egr cooler delete, h & s mini max programmer on the 250 tune...

Thanks in advance for your help
Jeff

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Old 09-11-2013, 07:38 PM
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Sounds like your son needs to take the bus or drive the truck with tuner removed so its still installed but on no power. Safe to say he was beating on it
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Sounds like your son needs to take the bus or drive the truck with tuner removed so its still installed but on no power. Safe to say he was beating on it

Thanks for the reply, I had left the programmer out of the truck and after his first month of driving had a talk with him and let him have it in... Soooo now I will be removing it again...LOL
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The factory programming has 4 variables called "Engine Speed Threshold" 1,2,3,& 4. Factory setting on the first three are 4000 RPM, & on the last one its 3500 RPM.
H&S sets ALL FOUR AT 4400 RPM. If your engine exceeds this value you will get an OVERSPEED condition. Sounds like the engine RPM took a run for the moon!
Even if you selected the lowest powered tune & removed the tuner head from the truck, It would still be running the H&S tuning Parameters.

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Well that explains alot... I found out today I still have a problem as the truck has no power again... No codes yet as I erased them yesterday but today the truck barely wants to run... I wonder if I have to remove the tune put in the stock tune which will give me codes for dpf and egr... And reprogram or if I actually have a more seriose problem.. Odd thing is when I got in it yesterday it ran fine but today im told its back to running with no power again...
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okay so I check the truck and I have a code now P 2563 turbo charger boost control position circuit range / performance.. also now have a p0006b... do you think maybe the boost controller is hurt now as a result of what took place? what do you guys think I got going on and what should I test

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Try moving the linkage between the controller & the turbo charger with the key off. It should move full stroke back & forth smoothly with out having to force it.You should hear a slight whirling sound from the gears in the actuator turning. The normal position for the linkage/levers is back towards the firewall when stopped. You should be able to pull the linkage forward. Turn the key to the on position & you should not be able to move the linkage, If you can, you might have a bad connection at the electrical plug on the actuator, or a damaged actuator.

Thought maybe your " Engine Overspeed problem" might have been a glitchy crankshaft postion sensor, but re-reading your original post, you also have a " Vehicle Overspeed Condition" ( missed that the first time). This means the actual vehicle speed exceeded the limiting parameters, so both the engine & vehicle were in an Overspeed condition which would be totally different sensors.
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Try moving the linkage between the controller & the turbo charger with the key off. It should move full stroke back & forth smoothly with out having to force it.You should hear a slight whirling sound from the gears in the actuator turning. The normal position for the linkage/levers is back towards the firewall when stopped. You should be able to pull the linkage forward. Turn the key to the on position & you should not be able to move the linkage, If you can, you might have a bad connection at the electrical plug on the actuator, or a damaged actuator.

Thought maybe your " Engine Overspeed problem" might have been a glitchy crankshaft postion sensor, but re-reading your original post, you also have a " Vehicle Overspeed Condition" ( missed that the first time). This means the actual vehicle speed exceeded the limiting parameters, so both the engine & vehicle were in an Overspeed condition which would be totally different sensors.
Thanks brother!!! I tried the linkage as you described and it seems to be workning properly... moves forward with key off and I do hear the gears moving inside and with key on it will not move....

Another thing I found is that it seems if you let the truck sit it will boost up like normal for a few minutes but after just a few minutes of driving the boost would not go above 25# and seems to be slow going up in boost and also would be sluggish and slow moving into boost once the truck is running a few minutes... After you let it sit and try again it seems normal for a short period of time...Odd....
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