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Old 07-27-2008, 03:50 PM
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Has anyone experienced this? It has happened to me twice and my wife once. The manual say's it is a exhaust over temp. All three times have been under normal driving conditions. (no towing, getting on it, etc) Basically the vehicle reduces power and when you try to find a safe place to stop shuts down. Keep your speed up because once you go below 3 mph is when it shuts down.

1st time I got it to restart after about an hour.
2nd time it was towed to the dealer ($235.00 tow bill ) No crank at dealer when towed in... Started in the morning.
3rd time I used my Diablo and cleared a couple of codes (P200E Unknown, P2002 Particulate Trap efficiency below threshold bank 1 and P0297 Vehicle over speed condition )

The 3rd time was yesterday and today I got a check engine light again with the following (P2002 Particulate thing again and P1000 OBD system readiness test not complete.)

I love the truck but these gremlins are a PITA

Any ideas??????

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Old 07-27-2008, 03:55 PM
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Are you running that Diablo with the DPF still on the truck?
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Old 07-27-2008, 04:00 PM
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Are you running that Diablo with the DPF still on the truck?
Yes. I am only running the 80 hp tune. And with the Diablo tuner I can raise the speed limiter.

Sorry about the added thread I just found this one;
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Old 07-27-2008, 04:04 PM
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If I remember right its been an issue with one of the EGT sensors. I've heard Scuffy talking about it. Maybe he will chime in. I know he's fixed several with the issue.

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Old 07-27-2008, 04:14 PM
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If I remember right its been an issue with one of the EGRT sensors. I've heard Scuffy talking about it. Maybe he will chime in. I know he's fixed several with the issue.
Thanks Jon, I just sent Scuffy a PM looking for his advice
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the p2002 is usually caused by an aftermarket air filter , the 200e is a egt overtemp code , not saying it has actually had a concern, what ive found in 3 trucks is the last sensor in the exhaust , technically called egt sensor bank one sensor 3 , is sending bad info to the pcm , a wrong temp input and the pcm goes into failure mode and does what are talking about , the tests they run may say it all passes , i spent quite a bit of time on the first truck with the problem, and until i replaced sensor which in fact tested good by ford specs , the truck still acted up, i just took a hunch and tried the sensor and it fixed the concern, the next two truck fioxed the same way , take it in and be adament about having a proble, dont let them tell you its normal , as far as the not starting for an hour thats what its supposed to do in failure mode , one you shut it off , wont crank for an hour , that makes sure it has cooled down
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Old 07-28-2008, 03:12 AM
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the p2002 is usually caused by an aftermarket air filter , the 200e is a egt overtemp code , not saying it has actually had a concern, what ive found in 3 trucks is the last sensor in the exhaust , technically called egt sensor bank one sensor 3 , is sending bad info to the pcm , a wrong temp input and the pcm goes into failure mode and does what are talking about , the tests they run may say it all passes , i spent quite a bit of time on the first truck with the problem, and until i replaced sensor which in fact tested good by ford specs , the truck still acted up, i just took a hunch and tried the sensor and it fixed the concern, the next two truck fioxed the same way , take it in and be adament about having a proble, dont let them tell you its normal , as far as the not starting for an hour thats what its supposed to do in failure mode , one you shut it off , wont crank for an hour , that makes sure it has cooled down
Thanks Scuffy I'm going to print this out and off to the dealer I go
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Old 07-28-2008, 10:33 AM
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Well I went to the dealer this morning (Varsity Ford in Ann Arbor) and I think the Service Manager was just as excited as I was when I told him someone on the Powerstroke forum has seen this at least 3 time before. I asked him if he would order the EGT sensor that was thought to be the problem and he said "hell yea we will replace that". I have been treated very well at this dealership. I will let ya all know if it in fact fixes the problem. I'm betting it does

Thanks again for the help.
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You got a dealer that overlooks the tuner? Congrats on that one.
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Well I went to the dealer this morning (Varsity Ford in Ann Arbor) and I think the Service Manager was just as excited as I was when I told him someone on the Powerstroke forum has seen this at least 3 time before. I asked him if he would order the EGT sensor that was thought to be the problem and he said "hell yea we will replace that". I have been treated very well at this dealership. I will let ya all know if it in fact fixes the problem. I'm betting it does

Thanks again for the help.
Thanks for the info about Varsity Ford, I deal with Spirit Ford in Dundee and have never had them fix anything right the first time and they always give me a line of b.s. just to get you out the door.

Even when you bring something in for a recall they will try to charge you for something.
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