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Old 04-22-2013, 01:32 PM
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CORNFUSED IDM, ICP or ICM?

'03 7.3 running rough. blows black smoke when i get on it a little. got a P1316 code for IDM , P1211 code for ICP and a P0603 code for ICM. Do'nt have a very in depth code reader, so I'm really not sure where to start. Are all 3 bad or is there somewhere I should start first? I replaced the injector wiring harness recently as the old one had frayed wires at the injector plug on the outside of the plug on valve cover. Still getting these codes. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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Old 04-27-2013, 01:36 PM
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I would doubt that all three of those compnents are bad. Clear the codes and run again to see which ones come back. I will look for your reply.
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Old 05-08-2013, 09:07 PM
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I was able to borrow a genysis scan tool from a buddy. came up with same codes:

P0603 (Internal Control Module KAM Error)

P1316 (Ignition Diagnostic Monitor Codes Detected)

P1211 (Injector Control Press. higher or lower than desired)

I was able to clear the codes and still came up with the same 3, but this scan tool would'nt comm. with the truck in self diagnostic mode, so I could'nt buzz test the injectors. No Comm. in any self diagnostics. Just in automated system test. Any tricks on using this thing? checked all fuses and cleaned all batt. connections even grounds under motor. Seemed to mention PCM, camshaft position monitor and fuses/grounds in all code descriptions.

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Old 05-09-2013, 01:25 PM
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Figured out the genisys scan tool. Here are the codes I keep coming up with:

KOEO Self Test
cylinders 1-6 high to low side open, nothing about 7 & 8.

KOER switch self test
Transmission Control switch circuit out of range

Koer Self Test
P0476 (exhaust press. control valve performance)

Cylinder contribution test noted that #8 had a contribution or balance fault. Also still getting P1316 P1211 P0460 (fuel level sensor) and P0475 (exhaust press. control valve malfunction). Got a new CPS I plan on replacing tonight. Who knows?
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Old 05-09-2013, 08:17 PM
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From the codes that I see you might have an exhaust back pressure sensor that has gone bad, or the tube it mounts to is broken or plugged. The PCM uses the signal from the EBP sensor to aid in fuel mapping. Also, did you unplug your EBPV connector?
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Old 05-10-2013, 08:17 AM
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I did unplug the connector to the EBPV on the turbo pedestal and no difference. plugged it back in though. I'll check the EBP tube and sensor for blockage today. Any idea what the other tube is next to it. I have a metal tube that is open ended pointing down next to the EBP tube.
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Old 05-10-2013, 04:23 PM
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That is the drain tube from your fuel filter/seperator assembly. When you open the little yellow handle on the filter housing the water and fuel will drain from that tube. It keeps the mess out of the engine valley.
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Old 05-10-2013, 04:26 PM
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Is the EPBV butterfly stuck closed on the exhaust housing of the turbo?
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Old 05-12-2013, 05:41 AM
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do'nt know. I did look at the ebp tube and sensor. was'nt plugged but dirty. cleaned it and no change. duty cycle on sensor ranged from 13.8% - 20%. I will check the butterfly today.
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as far as this entire situation goes , my biggest concern if this were my truck is the p1316 codes , once this issue was taken care of then id look at the other codes , if this truck has a chip on it the p1211 is somewhat normal , the ebp code would be the last thing id look at

get a buzz test run on this truck and handle the p1316 codes first
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