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2011 6.7 question

Trying to help out a stranger that was stranded, he has a 2011 6.7 that he changed out both Fuel filters , says he did the proper cycling of the key to get the fuel back, drove it about a mile and it died and wont start back up. I had my code reader on me and he is getting P20BA and P2074. I have researched the codes but it just seems strange that this happened right after changing the filters, any help or advise would be greatly appreciated.
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2074 is for a MAF sensor. Probably dirt/grime build up, or a false reading. 20ba is for DEF heater. He's probably had that one for a while I'm guessing but the truck hasn't gone into reduced power mode. I had the same problem, but I could drive and drive and drive. I would reset it and it would come back 100 miles later. The 2074 code could not really be the MAF itself. I replaced mine, and it ended up being an EGT sensor downstream causing the misreading.
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jman37-- would the 2074 keep it from starting? and also have caused it to just die?
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It shouldn't. Mine never died with that code, always started for me.
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Thanks for the info, ill try cleaning it this afternoon and ill let you know what happens
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Can you view fuel rail pressure with your device?
I've seen these trucks stall out after being run and having air still in the system, following filter replacement.
What i like to do in that case is disconnect the return line off the secondary (engine mounted) fuel filter and cycle the key on. Then reconnect the line. It'll make a good bit of mess but it should fire up afterward.

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Oh and there was a recent tsb Come out for that p2074 dtc. pcm reprogram.
Not sure if 2011 were affected though.

If not, there are a myriad of possible culprits.
However, from my experiences with the code, it was usually either the maf or map sensor causing it
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Thank you very much for the input, I will check what you said as well.. Much appreciated

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