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Old 01-21-2010, 02:57 PM
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Exclamation Throwing codes like crazy!! Please help

All right all, I am having some major issues with my powerstroke. 2000 7.3 auto

Throwing codes:

P1211- ICP pressure uncontrollable, below/above desired
P1209- Injection control system pressure peak fault
P0603- KAM memory loss
P0478- Excessive back pressure
P0470- EBP sensor circuit malfunction
P0344- CMP sensor circuit intermittent

Please help, will only run for a minute or two then die, I reset DTC's with my super chips (which I only use to read codes), then fire it back up, does the same thing. Also have Edge Juice w/ ATT.

At high RPMs doesnt seem to affect truck, then I get to low rpms and it dies.

Jacob
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Old 01-21-2010, 07:40 PM
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My 97 power doing exact same thing got codes 470,478,1209,1211,1249,1280,1316 I think we should start with the ipr but I by no means an expert hopefully someone here can help.
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Not a diesel mechanic but, anytime I see a lot of codes, I'm looking for an eletrical problem. Ck batt voltage, high or low will set multiple codes. Ck batt cable connections.
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Could be an electrical issue as said above. Check your grounds
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DUH!!

Went out today to start my truck, and would only run for about 10 seconds, bought a code book from Schuck's and what do ya know, it was my little flippin $25 crankshaft position sensor. I felt like an idiot!

Thanks for all of your help guys!!!
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Yep always go with the cam sensor code first.
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Went out today to start my truck, and would only run for about 10 seconds, bought a code book from Schuck's and what do ya know, it was my little flippin $25 crankshaft position sensor. I felt like an idiot!

Thanks for all of your help guys!!!
Are you in Jerome, Arizona?
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