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Old 08-01-2006, 10:14 AM
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Help needed - on vacation - threw 3 codes

Howdy,
We're up in Oregon. Camping near Crater Lake, about 150 miles from nowhere. Coming up yesterday, my truck took itself out of cruise control and I had a loss of power. We limped into camp ok. Today, I changed out the fuel filter and hooked up my programmer and got these 3 codes:

P1249 - waste gate error. That's a familiar one...
P1AEE - ?
P0008 - ?

Can you help me out? I tested it today, without towing, and all seems fine.

I'll be back on email later today. I'll also sent Marc a PM. I have limited 'net access, so I'll check back later today. Hoping it's ok to take the family on a day trip today, without towing my 5-er.

Thanks a lot.
Greg
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Old 08-01-2006, 10:26 AM
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i dont have any of those in my book. are you sure you typed or read them right? not being a wise guy just asking.
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Old 08-01-2006, 10:46 AM
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Per Superchips:

P0008 - Engine Position System Perf - Bank 1

Not finding the other one!

BTW, isn't Crater Lake just beyond any pic you've ever seen??!!
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Old 08-01-2006, 02:05 PM
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It took me a long time to find this...
http://superdutydiesel.com/wiki2/tik...hp?articleId=7

I've been searching for about 25 min for you. It might help, I'll search for your codes also for you.
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Old 08-01-2006, 02:11 PM
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Also if you need help, just let me know, lil brother is working about an hour south of you near Klammath Falls.
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did you get in touch with hypertech after we talked on the phone greg???
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did you get in touch with hypertech after we talked on the phone greg???
Thanks for all the replies. A couple of things - yes, I double-checked the codes. They, per Marc, are likely specific to Hypertech so I'm going to try them next. I haven't yet...

The one code found - engine position...P0008 - any ideas on what that means? I drove all day yesterday, without towing, and the truck ran great. I'm hoping whatever it was just stays away for the remainder of our trip - I'm heading to Eugene OR next (Thurs) and can find a Ford dealer to have it all checked out. Hope I can make it there...it's a lot of downhill, so I hope that helps.
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Are you taking Hwy 58??? That's a steep grade for a long long ways!
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: Maybe he's backing up it so it seems like downhill?

Just kiddin Santa.
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Old 08-02-2006, 07:29 PM
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You guys are funny!

Nope...from Crater Lake, OR we're taking 138 W to I-5N, then up to the Eugene area. The 138 - It's about 80 miles of incredible beauty, but a few big hills to go with it. The truck ran great again today, so I'm hopeful! No reply from HyperTech. Thanks for the great Tech Support HypterTech- I'll remember that as I shop for my next chip solution! My HT programmer will make a great paper weight.

If y'all ever get to Oregon, make sure you see Crater Lake. It's something amazing. The color is so incredible (the strangest turquoise blue) that it looks almost fake.

Greg
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