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Old 04-12-2014, 03:47 PM
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Just received my DPF-r plus and AFE delete pipe. I have seen people having issues with the P0088 code after tuning and deleting. Now I am nervous about install the tune ande delete should I be concerned. I need to get the DPF OFF


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Old 04-12-2014, 05:18 PM
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I'm new to 6.4's but I would have gotten a good tuner and not mess around with that unit. I have a spartan on my rig. There's lots of power levels and if I'm not wrong there's a stock with no dpf all the way from 40 to 310. I'm not familiar at all with H&S but a lot if people like them. I had an sct on my 6.0 and was the tuner to have for it, but not familiar with it on the 6.4.
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Old 04-12-2014, 05:24 PM
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Do not see the need to spend that kind of money on a tuner when all I want is to delete DPF when the setup I bought didd just that. I was concerned about the p0088 code after deleting


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Old 04-12-2014, 05:34 PM
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Spending that kind of money , may save you that code or problem.
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Old 04-12-2014, 08:42 PM
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It seems like that is a DPF-R problem people have been having recently. This was in another thread posted like today. I don't know exactly where it came from, but it sounds like DPF-r the company has a different tune to raise rail pressure to get rid of the code.

P0088 DTC Selection

The P0088 DTC Selection can be used to disable Diagnostic Trouble Code P0088 for High Fuel Rail Pressure on 6.4L Powerstroke applications. This code is normally indicative of a physical problem with the High Pressure Fuel Pump, Fuel Volume Control Valve (VCV) or Fuel Pressure Control Valve (PCV), however under rare circumstances (typically high load and cold fuel temperature) can erroneously trigger, causing the DTC to show when using the "Check Engine" function and occasionally cause an illuminated Check Engine Light. The following options are available:

1.) Enabled (Stock) *Default, Recommended 2.) Disabled


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That P0088 selection that was posted is from Spartans OST update not dpf-r. Either way I wouldn't be worried about tuning and deleting. 99% of people who tune and delete their trucks and then have problems, the problems were self inflicted with their driving style and being a little overzellous with the new found power. The other 1% tuning can amplify or bring to light a issue you may not have known about prior. Bottom line tune it, enjoy it and if/when it breaks fix it. All things break eventually no matter how well you care for them. Deleting is one of the best preventive things you can do for a 6.4
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Old 04-13-2014, 09:32 AM
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Yes we know where that came from. The point is there issues with that code and it may not be an actual problem just something going whacky
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Right I understand that. I was just trying to clear that up because the post made it sound like it was dpf-r selectable. Even thought it was posted just for informational purpose to show that the code doesn't always mean something is failing.
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10-4 got you.
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