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Old 01-09-2011, 09:57 AM
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2011 f-550 6.7 def codes

I bought a 2011 f-550 6.7 with 1800 miles on it and it already has a check engine light on hooked it up codes were p2048 redundant temp sensor and p205c redundant tank sensor if anyone knows what these are please help
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Old 01-13-2011, 04:43 PM
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I bought a 2011 f-550 6.7 with 1800 miles on it and it already has a check engine light on hooked it up codes were p2048 redundant temp sensor and p205c redundant tank sensor if anyone knows what these are please help
Sounds like an electrical issue with the truck. You may have blown a fuse, or just have faulty hardware in the Urea system. They are both circuit low codes, which generally means they are shorted out or open loop.

Get that bad boy to the dealer!

Good luck with it!
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Old 02-01-2011, 03:42 AM
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Thanks for the luck but there is not I've been to two dealerships so far nobody will evin attempt to work on it and nobody knows anything about these new motors ford should figure out these bugs by themselves instead of with us test dummy's to bad I just went and bought 4 new chevy duramax best things ever fords gonna loose alot of money with this truck
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Thanks for the luck but there is not I've been to two dealerships so far nobody will evin attempt to work on it and nobody knows anything about these new motors ford should figure out these bugs by themselves instead of with us test dummy's to bad I just went and bought 4 new chevy duramax best things ever fords gonna loose alot of money with this truck
I hope you enjoy your Dmax's then. Thank you.
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sounds to me like the ford dealerships he's taking it to don't know to work on anything because the system has been out for three years.
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Two dealerships wont work on it, I hardly believe that. Have fun with the IFS chevy's, by the way chevy's are having way more issues with urea with half the trucks on the road so good move on your part
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Old 02-04-2011, 03:23 PM
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6.7 DEF Codes and what the problem actually is

The manufacturer of the DEF pump has a problem with the sensors in the DEF pump. All of us might "discover" this problem either by now or by the end of February. The DEF pump is supplying the exhaust catalyst with the correct amount of fluid, the fluid is probably the right mix, etc. The sensor inside the DEF pump is defective. Ford has pulled all DEF pumps from its supplies. The manufacturer is presently building new DEF pumps with better sensors - and these new pumps should start delivery to Ford around the end of February.

So, if you are getting these DEF codes, you have the DEF pump bad sensor problem. You get to see the "Engine Light" for the rest of the month. Yup, I can see "Recall" written all over this one.

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Old 02-05-2011, 09:05 AM
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I am having good luck with the dmax I have had them for the last 6yrs and never any prob and none with these so far to bad the ford is havi problems the truck itself is very nice hauls a load no prob pushes snow good its just these emissions they should just get rid of it all
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I am having good luck with the dmax I have had them for the last 6yrs and never any prob and none with these so far to bad the ford is havi problems the truck itself is very nice hauls a load no prob pushes snow good its just these emissions they should just get rid of it all
emmisons arent going anywhere
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I know there not going anywhere I'm just saying these new fords are pieces of junk stop defending them you spend 70k on a new work truck drive it 900 mile and the thing looks like a damn Christmas tree on the cluster I'm just seeing if anyone has had the problems I'm having I'm not here to argue what's better a dmax or powerstroke
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