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Old 09-12-2008, 01:38 PM
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TS 6 bank chip problem

Just got my new TS performance 6 bank chip everything works fine until I put it in the 140hp setting. Truck pulls out of the hole hard but runs up to about 60mph and starts to jump and buck like it's shifting from 2nd to 3rd and back. Check engine light is also coming on and gives me the following codes (p0238)(po475)(po603)(po470)(p1211).
My truck specs and mods
2000 f-250 crew cab 4x4 long bed setting on 6in lift with 35x12.50
New stock turbo with wicked wheel
AIS Severe Duty Filter Kit with zoodaddy mod
4" turbo back MBRP exhaust
High performance turbo pedestal and turbo outlet flange to eliminate the EBPV.
And yes I have boost,EGT and trans gauges.
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Old 09-12-2008, 02:41 PM
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Here's a link to guzzle's web page which list the trouble codes:

Welcome to guzzle's Diagnostic Trouble Code list Web Page

P0238 is overboost detect - need to get a boost fooler to prevent the PCM from defueling the engine. MAny vendors sell them but here is one:

http://www.dieselsite.com/index.asp?...PROD&ProdID=31

P0475 is normal after removing the EBPV, it's a soft code but you can get a pigtail from a vendor to prevent the code if you want.

P0603 is normal for a chipped truck and is a soft code.

P0470 is your exhaust back pressure sensor, this sensor still needs to be connected. It is in front of the engine.

P1211 is normal for a chipped truck, in the higher HP setting the HPOP is not able to keep up with the demand.


Soft codes like the 603, 0470 will not set the SES light but will be stored as trouble codes.

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your right i was wrong misread the numbers

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603 is normal, not the 605
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Old 09-12-2008, 03:23 PM
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Thanks for the quick replies! I'm sorry I posted the wrong code it's 603 not 605.
I have also been told that the bucking could be the torque converter. If this was true wouldn't I be getting some kind of code for torque converter slippage.
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Old 09-12-2008, 03:26 PM
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603 shouldnt be there, a good chip/ tuner will throw 0 codes.
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603 shouldnt be there, a good chip/ tuner will throw 0 codes.

Yes & no. Your correct about the P0603, I used to get that with the predator programmer, but no longer with T Wildman's Chip. No matter which chip he has installed he would still get the P0238 without a boost fooler, and a P1211 if his HPOP was unable to supply the demand requested by the chip. The P0475 will be present because of the removal of the EBPV, unless you have a code eliminator like:

99-03 Ford 7.3L Powerstroke Exhaust Backpressure Valve Terminator

Postal, I would check into the 0470, the EBPS is used by the PCM and can afffect you MPG. Might be a bad or clogged sensor.
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Old 09-13-2008, 09:07 PM
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OK ' thanks
Any advice on the bucking could this be the torque converter.
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It could be trans related, what is the condition or what is fluid like? Fresh, burnt smells?

Add a location and maybe we can suggest someone to help.
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my truck does the same thing i think it s because the stock tranny cant handle the power mine only does it if you reall get on it do you have larger than stock tires like i do that might be a problem also i never had my truck reprogrammed for the larger tires just a thought
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