This is a typical high miles problem particularly with inadequate oil change intervals. I had my fuel filters changed at the dealership today on my '15, and then I bought fuel and headed home 70 miles. The readings should be within 5 degrees on one another. This Code 0088 is for high pressure at the fuelrail. During certain driving conditions the engine will perform a regeneration cycle, which will use additional fuel injections and the catalyst to heat up the exhaust temperatures to the point where the soot will be burnt out and form ash. It would be possible to rig a testing pressure gauge to the truck and drive it to see what the pressure really is. Make sure that oil pressure registers on the dash gauge while cranking, if not you may not have enough low oil pressure.
After the cleaning procedure is complete and no brake grabbing or excessive steering effort is felt, remove and discard the filter. May also be caused by boost leaks, exhaust leaks, or other air flow related problems. If nothing abnormal is found during the visual inspection, than a mechanical fuel pressure tester will be used to check fuel pressure at the fuel rail. It came right from a repair shop which diagnosed the camshaft, but I would have at least known if they cleared any codes from it. If this occurs we recommend replacing all the Injector sleeves.
Feb 05, 2013 The engine light stays on because the computer has detected a fault code, when disconnecting the battery the memory is cleared but the fault code will eventually be set in the computer again until the problem is fixed, since there are many reasons for the check engine light to come on it is necessary to connect the vehicle to a diagnostic computer that can read the codes, this can be done at most repair shops, the dealer or some autoparts stores. External fuel leaks can indicate a problem area. Yesterday when goosin it to get on the highway my rig threw up a code quickly and engine temp started to increase. Little neighborhood hills were slowing me to 10 mph. I have a 1999 Motor home has a 6. I hope you find this to be very helpful! Diesel Particulate Filter The diesel particulate filter traps soot from the exhaust to lower particulate emissions. Use the following information regarding diagnostic trouble codes in addition to the normal diagnostic procedures outlined in the service manual or technical service bulletins.
Sep 29, 2013 if you have the problem fixed and cant get the code to clear theres one way to reset all however you will have to reset the clock and radio and its not usaully recomended by the dealer to do so however by just disconnecting both possitive and negative termanels from the battery for a few seconds deletes its memory , however if you havent fixed the problem that it had then it will reappear back again. So I'm not sure if I bought a lemon, but i picked up a F-350 6. If not, the heater will most likely need replaced. The front of the pedestal houses the turbocharger oil filter. I am at a loss. In that case, the engine would start fine after the code is cleared, but as soon as the exhaust begins to get too hot, a exhaust temperature sensor code may set and put the engine into limp mode.
Remove the return rails and plug the rails with a suitable tool, then crank the engine while watching the injector returns. Low lubricity fuels, old gummy fuel, or water contamination can lead to this problem. However, using the scan tool to kill the injector does not reduce rail pressure in the injector and the tip can still leak fuel, cap off lines one at a time to pinpoint injector. The filtered fuel leaves the secondary fuel filter and flows to the high pressure pump. It increases the fuel pressure from approximately 34. Common Misdiagnosis Many fuel pumps and other components have been replaced when a vehicle is simply out of fuel.
Improper fuel filter installation or bad fuel? If that does not clear the trouble I'll need the year, model and engine size to assess the problem further. This can happen for multiple reasons and a mechanic needs to diagnose the specific cause for this code to be triggered in your situation. If the turbo is responsible for a squealing noise, expect to find the wheels rubbing the housings and bearing failure. Blue white smoke that burns your eyes is un-burnt fuel; cold temperatures, high altitude and excessive idle time all mean cold combustion and white smoke. Considerably more air is forced into the intake manifold causing the pressure to be much greater than normal atmospheric pressure. Has an o-ring on one end.
Plug the hose leading to the fuel return system. Varify the slave cylinder heat shield at the transmission is in place. I want to believe there are some specs the Dealer could use to bench test this sensor. If P2610 returns, continue with normal diagnosis. Also, I can't shift out of park for some reason when the voltmeter shows under 10 volts. Check for oil leaking through the sensor causing the connector to short out. Also while barely keeping it running for a little bit, the catalytic converter on the driver side was fire hot and the other side I could grab with my hand.
Ah, okay well my tuner is able to clear the check engine code, clearing it will just hide it if it really is an issue, but where is the fuel cooler? Fuel Injectors The fuel injectors are connected to the high pressure fuel rail and deliver a calibrated amount of fuel directly into the combustion chamber. You will need to flush the oil rail to find any missing tabs. This problem will usually set a P0088 or P0087 code. There should be reference voltage of about 5 volts. . After I get it pissed off, the idle gets rough as well and bogs down.
I am a Ford dealership service manager. If brake grabbing continues, replace the hydroboost unit. Hello, you might try a new fuel rail pressure sensor. I tell them to prove it, you can see if there has been a tune. Also, no check engine light or service light on wrench light. Yesterday I drove from downtown Dallas north to McKinney about 40 miles and truck was running fine.
If the oil is worn out from excessive change interval, you will have problems. System coolant provides freeze protection, boil protection, cooling efficiency and corrosion protection to the cooling components. The conditioned fuel is then delivered to the secondary fuel filter. See picture under High Pressure Pump. I have a 2010 6. Right now it is showing the P1000 code so I am suspicious of the pcm or the wiring to it. Even after cycling the fuel pump multiple times they had a hard time getting it started afterwards; I think they finally disconnected the top fuel line to bleed the air out.