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Old 08-11-2013, 12:28 AM
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threw some codes! help!

well, on the way home a iroc did a ricer flyby up to the light so i line up with him and race and CEL came on in 3rd so i scanned it when i got home and this is what i got.


P0238 turbo boost sensor a circuit high input
P1211 injector control pressure higher/lower than desired


what can i do to prevent these?

truck runs hard till top of 2nd/beginning of 3rd till cel comes up, then doesnt pull as hard, is that because its defueling?

would a aftermarket HPOP prevent p1211? so its able to keep up with my demands?


truck is a 96 auto, 130cc ab splits, intake, exhaust and ts chip with php tunes (80hp performance)



might be off topic, but when i got my chip reburned from kt performance, i had it tuned for a 96 cali truck at first, but didnt start so i told him my PCM code and he said its non cali? and it runs with non cali tuning? pcm code is MIF4, which says online that is a 1996 auto cali pcm.
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Old 08-11-2013, 06:04 AM
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Hopefully someone with more real world experience will chime in, but I'll guess an upgrade on the HPOP and a "boost fooler" will help with those. Cheers!
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Old 08-30-2013, 02:36 PM
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Cali Splits sometimes do need a boost fooler to get around the P0238, mine used to need it. This is a Cali. Splits model and as much as I hate to say it but Beans, IMHO, is the best tuner for Cali Trucks.

I'm with Patrick on that swapping in a SD HPOP will help with your ICP demands. DO you know your IPR duty cycle when you get the CEL?

EDIT: Sorry I didn't realize how old this thread was when I added to it.

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Old 09-01-2013, 07:47 PM
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Bump

I put Driven Diesel Boost Annihilator in and could still set a over boost code(I think IIRC I turned the knob)

So I bought Diesel site's boost relieve valve, and I still set a over boost code. What gives?
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Old 09-01-2013, 08:36 PM
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^ your truck is too bad azz. It doesn't do anything small. Overboard on everything.
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