While a vehicle can still run once the P003A code has registered, the excessive range of motion of the vane within the turbo- or supercharger can ultimately harm other components, such as push rods or rockers. Well except for one little thing that I found during my acceptance inspection. I belive they hve one less cylinder but I don't know the overall cc. The correct ground is G103. So I'm not to worried about it. He was told to drive it harder.
If you are working these trucks, you will not have as many emissions problems nor will your fuel economy seem that bad. I'd delete the lml just so I could here the truck out the exhaust lol I'd probably leave ome stock for about 20k though. Seems like that crank was built on a friday sort thing. They may be boring but at least they work I guess. I haven't had a chance to really look at it yet. .
I deleted egr and def with efi live tunes when def started acting up. Once this was fixed all the codes went away, they tested the turbo and exhaust everything wss good. Also its a 2000bar injection pump and it performs better than the cp3. G104 is a horizontal bolt in the rear of the left head and extremely difficult to reach. Is this what needs to be relearned? Posted on Apr 05, 2011. Is cummins and audi running our pumps or fords stroker pump? Don't idle, don't baby it and it will run great. I have seen two trucks with broken cranks around 200k miles Mine got 22 at an average of 58 mph on the way home from the dealer, that was just over 100 miles worth.
It is therefore inadvisable to continue driving a vehicle that has triggered the P003A code, and you should seek professional assistance in diagnosing and repairing the issue before the potential costs of the fix increase exponentially due to spreading damage. . . It has made one trip up too Estes park and we did dip down to 5mpg in east Colorado but it improved greatly in a short period of time. This is done by connecting a specialized scan tool more technologically advanced than those found in auto parts stores and seeing if that fault code registers.
However, there have been field reports stating that G104 has also corrected this condition. Caleb I have a 15+ and I had nothing but problems with it. From what I've found out they have about the least amount of issues of all the engine codes built so far. Fleece has already proven the cp3 to work well at the higher rail pressure and it drives nice from everything I've seen. I'm guessing that because it's a performance code, the reading from the sensor has varied from what's considered plausible. I think everytime his foot pushes the skinny pedal he will forget everythiung anyways.
Multiple scans using a specialized scan tool may be in order along with other tests to be sure the proper course of action is taken. Truck has 103k on it. Was debating tuning leaving it intact but after seeing that I think it's best it goes away. Even if you replaced it all you would still be at 5k in parts. I was told the cp4. If you have troubles with the emissions equipment out of warranty, then delete it.
There's no right or wrong way, I'm just saying to remember this is a performance board so most delete their stuff so they can add a lot of power. I am merely curious, my signature shows our loyalty to your camp, and that is just a fraction of our rigs. But as stated, they all had issues. Bought it new and worked it from day one cause I lease it to the company I work for. Anyone have a solution for this? Going to the shop tomorrow to have them checked out.
If you don't tow you will like the older trucks better and their cushy ride, if you do tow you will appreciate not being on the bump stops all the time. They can't keep the tires stuck to the pavement without the traction control as it is. Such a misalignment can cause the engine to rev up to such a degree that other components of the system may be affected or damaged, such as push rods or rockers, due to an improper range of motion. In that case things are a lot different. You will loose 2000bar capabilities, and if you are that worried about your pump failing remove the meteting valve or the filter between the supply and return ports located on the pump every so often to check debris. Grounds G103 or G104 may be loose or corroded.
The piezoelectric injectors are bullet proof. Kory has dual pumps and a lift pump; there's another issue they have don't remember what was found with them. Nowhere near as food as the lb7 but the power is amazing in these trucks right off the lot. They grenade way to fast Kory willis has gone threw 3 of them iirc They don't have the ability to push volume like the cp3??? That won't happen so I guess we will hope for the best. Agreed with 30k in tow and you need to pass a slow mover roll into feel the boost build the chassis tq and when you look down at the speedo you are already to a fineable velocity.
Any issues on the older '11 models? If you have to do it yourself out of warranty its nowhere near that much. I would expect issues with the way everything else runs these days but they have been top notch. Do I need something to view the links? Brian Have a buddy that just did this. Breaks in the wires usually occur within 1 to 4 inches of the throttle body connector. Coming from an old 7. When it does fail the vanes in the turbo are usually stuck in one position, robbing your turbo of it's variable nature to produce its max power. ZifIeverneeded another reason to hate diesel trucks and outdrive boats.