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Old 06-09-2012, 09:05 AM
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Just walked home. 2005 F250

Truck is a 2005 F250 CCSB 4x4. Stock except Magnaflow turbo back and an Edge Insight CS.
I bought a used SF3 tuner from a member on here. It had custom tunes in it from his truck. I also have tunes from Innovative saved to my computer. This morning I loaded (I believe I did it correctly) my Innovative tunes to the SF3.

I'm not sure if I loaded my tunes or just renamed his now...

Took it for a quick drive. Shifted rough & lots of black smoke. Cleaned up after the turbo lit off. Check engine light was on.
Drove less than a mile. Truck died won't start. Walked home.
Cranks good. Batteries are almost new and show 12.5v on the CS. FICM is 48.5v. Just changed the oil and added 2 bottles of RevX.
I returned to the stock program. Cranks, no fire.


Where should I begin ? Help!
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Grab codes with the cs or sct

also maybe try to reload the OEM tune to your SCT from your computer and then to your truck

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Old 06-09-2012, 09:14 AM
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also those innovative tunes ? were they written for your sct serial # and vin# for the truck ?
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OK. SCT shows no codes. CS shows P0677. I reloaded the stock tune. The tunes are from Innovative. But there is a possibility that I didn't actually get the tune in the SCT. If I didn't, I loaded a tune for a different truck in. A SLR tune from Matt. Either way it now has the factory tune. Could the wrong tune have messed something up?

The Innovative tunes where from my previous truck. I emailed Innovative and verified that they would work on my current truck.

Thanks everyone!

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Also truck is home so I can look at things now. Towed home...
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thats a glow plug circuit #7 code

I don't think it's related ?
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Thats what I thought on the code. Shouldn't be an issue. Its 90 degrees outside anyway.
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Unplugged ICP sensor... No change
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Looking through the CS for what I can check. While cranking ICP voltage=0.3 ICP presure reads 7psi. Pretty sure I need more than 7psi. IPR possibly?
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Old 06-09-2012, 03:20 PM
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from M Chan 68

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FICM_L: should read 11.0 to 12.0 volts at key-on/engine-off and remain steady while you crank the engine.

FICM_M: should read 47.5 to 48.0 volts at key-on/engine-off and remain steady while you crank the engine.

FICM_V: should read 11.0 to 12.0 volts at key-on/engine-off and remain steady while you crank the engine.

ICP V: should read 0.25 volts at key-on/engine-off and climb to minimum 0.8 volts while you crank the engine.

ICP: should read 0 psi at key-on/engine-off and climb to minimum 500 psi while you crank the engine over.

IPR Duty Cycle: should read 14.84% at key-on/engine-off and climb to around 50% as you crank the engine over.

FICM_SYNC: should read "NO" at key-on/engine-off and change to "YES" when you crank the engine over.

SYNC: should read "NO" at key-on/engine-off and change to "YES" when you crank the engine over.

V_PWR: should indicate around 12 volts at key-on/engine-off and drop to no lower than 9.5 volts while cranking the engine over.

RPM: should indicate around 175 to 200 as you crank the engine over. Any slower, and it's not cranking fast enough.

The above data will diagnose whether or not your ICP sensor is biased or not. There are also three other data you can pull for me that will determine whether or not your turbo is functioning properly. Those three data would be EBP (Exhaust Back Pressure) in psi at key-on/engine-off, MAP (Manifold Absolute Pressure) in psi at key-on/engine-off and BARO (Barometric Pressure) in psi at key-on/engine-off. ALL THREE should read 14.5 or so psi at key-on/engine-off, and be no more than 0.5 psi apart.
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