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Old 03-22-2014, 09:19 AM
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7.3 SES light Under load and loss of a Bank

Alright well for the past week my 2001 Every once and a while Throw a SES light and lose a bank and everything would be fine if i shut the truck off and turn it back on. Then the other day it wouldnt stop doing it. My buddy has a Actron CP9180 and he couldnt pull any codes from it..... He has pulled codes from a 08 6.4 powerstroke with this reader. I pulled off the valve covers hoping the UVCH was just coming unplugged and neither side appeared to be unplugged but i pushed them together anyways and then fired the truck up and now cant replicate the problem. Anybody have any ideas? or any test i can do to see if its somthing else while i have the valve covers off.
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Old 03-22-2014, 10:31 AM
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Forget the Actron, if your light came there IS a code, you just need better equipment to get it.

Maybe you actually fixed it when you unpluged-plugged the UVCH connectors (I would do the "50-cent mod before I closed them up though). If the pins look good (you looked Really carefully - right?) and it does it again, I'd suspect the IDM....
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Ya i checked the pins and they looked good thanks for the help and now its time to pull the turbo cause i found my oil leak which it is coming from between the turbo and the pedestal...... time for some more fun
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