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Old 02-06-2012, 01:44 AM
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P1396 on non cali psd?

As far as I can tell my truck is not a cali truck. I randomly get a code p1396 which is a glow plug left bank fault. From my understanding this is only supposed to exist on cali model psd's and I am curious as to how my AE scanner could be picking this up on a non cali model truck?
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Old 02-06-2012, 11:07 AM
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look at your left bank, if there is a white sticker on the valve cover with light blue writing, you indeed have a cali truck, whats yours pcm code? you can tell if its a cali truck that way too, kause only a cali pcm would read this code evidently
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Old 02-06-2012, 12:13 PM
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Look on the GPR. Is there a metal "shunt" on it?
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Hey guys I feel like a dumbass. I read for info on the VC, and the door tag before and was certain it was a non cali truck. Well today I went out and read it and it appears that it is indeed a Cali truck, with the gpr with a shunt. I can't believe I missed something so important. So given this info, what does it mean? Can I still use a stancor, or no? How would I go about converting it to a single shot injector?
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need 49 state pcm, you can use the stancor but it will take a bit of effort, i have yet to since mine works fine, and you will need single shot injectors as well, but you could also go the route of custom tunes and single shots that should do it for you too, but hell the splits with custom tunes, not only smokes less, but the truck is faster too, but only problem ive had with my cali model is the factory hpop cant keep up with the injectors, and i get a code, similar to yours everytime i give it a bit much throttle, it hangs but throws that code of injection control pressure above/below desired
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Old 02-06-2012, 02:48 PM
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Somebody posted a pic, on one of the forums, of his Cal truck with the shunt on his Stancor. IIRC, the two legs point away from the relay, instead of angling back over it. He _might_ have had to lose the "Darth Vader" cover.
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Old 02-06-2012, 02:51 PM
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hell i lost mine on both trucks, trying to sell 2 vador helmets as it is
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I'm not sure what I should do then. So to run singles I need a regular pcm, and then single injectors?
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I'm after power and mpg, I don't care about emissions or noise.
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get your stage ones and tell your tuner that your truck is a california model and they should be able to tune your truck for your injectors.

thats what i did. truck runs great
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