Compression Ignition Addict
Join Date: Oct 2011
Location: Tehachapi, CA
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From the HPOP guide:
P1211 sets if ICP is 410 psi above or 280 psi below the desired pressure for 7.5 seconds.
ICP more than 410 psi above command for at least 7.5 seconds can set a P1211 code. IPR with low duty cycle (less than 8% @ idle) and engine running, indicates a restriction in the drain circuit. This restriction is taking the place of the IPR valve, driving the IPR duty cycle lower, with higher than expected ICP. The excess restriction will be in the reservoir, front cover, stuck IPR valve, or debris above the edge filter. The drain path through the reservoir and front cover can be visually verified. Typically the pump or IPR
must be replaced to repair this concern. Do not replace both components at the same time.
This often occurs after the oil pan is resealed where excess sealant is forced through the lube system (short circuit check valve) and trapped at the edge filter of the high pressure pump.
1997 F250 SC 4x4, E4OD, 4.10 LS, Basically Stock, Relocated Block Heater Plug, External Trans Filter, Tru-Cool Max, I/C Mounted but not Plumbed
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