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truck threw these codes
P006B
P2563
P0087
U3F25


its -30 truck wouldn't start. got it in a warm garage to let it thaw and began to drain the water separator on the frame rail after a hour and a half of sitting. I drained 1/2 gallon of crap out of it and let it run. the check engine light then went out. I drove it for about an hour and the check engine light came on with this code

P2536

I popped the hood to find coolant all over my reservoir. My boost seemed a little higher than normal also. one of those codes are for the EBP sensor witch I replaced 2 days ago! WHAT DO I DO PLEASE HELP!!!
 

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Is your egr deleted? If so your ebp tube most likely froze which causes higher then normal boost. The coolant coming out of the degas you may want to look into. 99% of the time that's head gaskets. The p2563 is a turbo performance code which I got every time my ebp froze and p0087 is fuel rail pressure too low. The other two I'm not sure off the top of my head
 

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yeah its deleted. as soon as I got it to thaw out those codes went away. the p2536 came on and I saw the coolant after I popped the hood. that is what I thought at first but that reservoir is still pressurized.
 

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Loosen the bottom bolt off the block off plate coming off the up pipe that will drain the condensation. My degas bottle was still pressurized when my head gaskets went.
 

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condensation will build up that bad in the uppipe? and im just going off what a ford tech said. I have haven't had that happen yet (knock on would) would to much boost deal with anything with that coolant leak out of the top of that reservoir?
 

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Yeah I was shocked. I've been dealing with frozen up pipe for 2 years. Was going to relocate ebp but the on a recent thread another member said he had water build up. Sure enough got a bunch out.
Too much boost can lift the heads cause the stock head bolts are not strong enough, causing the degas to puke.
 
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