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Old 03-30-2007, 04:50 AM
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p0470 and p1316 Codes

I have had my check engine light on for a while, i just got the codes pulled and found P0470 (back pressure sensor) and P1316 which can be a pandora's box.

Recently the SES lights comes on and off, particularly when i hit a bump and sometimes goes off when i go WOT just to come back on later on again.

I have done some research and for the p0470 it seems to be a cloged sensor from carbon build up. But i dont see it unpluging it self when i hit a bump or so. I on another thread that someone got rid of both codes just by replacing the sensor.

The p1316, i read that the solution could be a simple harness pin(s) to secure possible loose the connectors. Possible since it comes on and off on bumps?

Im planning on replacing the EBP sensor first and if the problem persist, use the clips for the UVC (which i have no idea how to get to yet)

Any recommendations before i tackle this?
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Old 04-18-2007, 02:02 PM
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Update:

After installing an "Exhaust Backpressure Sensor
Code Eliminator Stage II" the SES light still comes on... Got to take the truck to a friend of mine to get it scaned. I hope the p0470 is no longer there.

If anyone coudl shed some light into this issue it would be much appreciated.
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Old 04-18-2007, 02:04 PM
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p1316 is most likely to be a short harness loose under the valve cover if his scanner will run injector buzz test , it will tell you which cylinder is cutting out , may have to pull both off if problem isnt happening when its scanned
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thanks for the tip... he has an older superchiop or so programmer/scanner.. i dont think his has the injector buzz test..

where do i get those clips? hard to install?? i might just do all of them while im at it.
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well the best fix is to just pull valve covers off and take care of them both ,problem eliminated
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yeah, do you know where can i order the clips that i need??
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Old 04-18-2007, 02:31 PM
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i think i got it:

Ford Part#: 2C3Z-14A163-AB
International Part#: 1844193C91
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where is the ebp sensor located exactly, i have the same codes on my 99 psd
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My work truck is an '01 F250 7.3 turbo diesel that wasn't properly taken care of by previous employees so, needless to say I've been learning lots about diesels. Problem; I pulled into a parking lot the other day and it died so I turned key off waited a few turned back on waited and turned it over and over and over but no fire. I checked under the hood fuse box found a 30 amp maxi blown, replaced still no fire, then checked box under dash found a 20 amp blown, replaced to no avail. I have fuel pressure, oil is full. I borrowed a reader and there was only 1 code a P1670, manufacturer controlled computer and auxillary outputs. What does this all mean?? Sounds awful expensive to me. in reading most replies there seem to be some knowledgeable members out there. Thanks in advance for any replies.
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Old 08-18-2007, 04:29 AM
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My work truck is an '01 F250 7.3 turbo diesel that wasn't properly taken care of by previous employees so, needless to say I've been learning lots about diesels. Problem; I pulled into a parking lot the other day and it died so I turned key off waited a few turned back on waited and turned it over and over and over but no fire. I checked under the hood fuse box found a 30 amp maxi blown, replaced still no fire, then checked box under dash found a 20 amp blown, replaced to no avail. I have fuel pressure, oil is full. I borrowed a reader and there was only 1 code a P1670, manufacturer controlled computer and auxillary outputs. What does this all mean?? Sounds awful expensive to me. in reading most replies there seem to be some knowledgeable members out there. Thanks in advance for any replies.
is your wait to start light coming on when you turn the key on
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