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Old 02-18-2015, 08:08 PM   #31
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Re: Preventive measures on the 6.0 PSD before a long trip

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nobody has complained about it yet. Being it hasn't rained much here it will be hard to say.

Here is an outside pic. I can shoot one of the inside but if you use the search and enter louvers you should get some good links.
Indeed. I had a few links bookmarked while researching louvers but then dropped it as a project last month when an EGR delete/oil cooler job reared it's ugly head. Daveb's rig is the poster child http://www.hoodlouvers.com/e350-sportsmobile/

A couple of useful threads: viewtopic.php?f=39&t=11664&hilit=bumper
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And the guy that personifies the term "going Badger
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Old 02-18-2015, 08:38 PM   #32
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Re: Preventive measures on the 6.0 PSD before a long trip

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flyfisher,

daveb has a nice air scoop under front Aluminess bumper that also helps force air up through the engine bay as well.

I also like the idea of wrapping the headers with exhaust wrap/bandage to help for the exhaust heat of the engine.

But I don't beleive in chipping or increasing boost as this puts more strain/pressure on the engine, creating excessive heat. Accelerate with modest cation.

Many of these guys use Scan Gauges to monitor engine, diff, radiator, transmission, which is a good thing.

The bonnet air vents is one of the first things I'll get done on arrival in US.

Cheers.
Actually it's Tapatio that installed a stock Ford lower directional air dam. I think that louvers help allow more air flow to be pulled through the radiator. It also seems like with a better exhaust route it helps to keep the air flow from backing up against the radiator at high speeds. The air dam would force more air pressure at higher speeds into the engine bay but the louvers let the fan pull more air through at slow speeds...er, I think. Chris at Ujoint has installed several louvers and probably knows more about them than me for sure.
I am a bit worried about the HP upgrade the tuner puts out but so far the engine temps have stayed put. Guess I'll have to wait until the 100*+ temps roll in.

Back on topic, I do think a good set of gauges would be worth installing before a long trip especially transmission water and EGT temp modes. The Scan Gauge I have is nice but my analog gauges are much more accurate at least as far as water temps go. I still think the Scan gauge is a great tool worth purchasing. I guess you can also bank 2 Scan Gauge units together for 8 modes to monitor. I plan to do that as well.
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Old 02-19-2015, 08:02 AM   #33
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I am a bit worried about the HP upgrade the tuner puts out but so far the engine temps have stayed put. Guess I'll have to wait until the 100*+ temps roll in.
You had your 6.0 studded, right? If so, drive it like you stole it

The scanguage or similar monitor is probably the most important to do right off the bat. That, and as carringb suggested, a coolant filter. I have the one from Dieselsite but the IPR is considered the best. Mishimoto is also coming out with one.

The thing that I've encountered is not knowing what the trouble codes mean when one pops up on the scanguage. Easy enough to google if you have internet but a list of common codes would be a good thing to have when you go on a trip. Especially if you don't have internet service.
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The thing that I've encountered is not knowing what the trouble codes mean when one pops up on the scanguage. Easy enough to google if you have internet but a list of common codes would be a good thing to have when you go on a trip. Especially if you don't have internet service.
Yes. This.

There's a list of codes in the "6.0 coffee table book" that only takes a few pages to print. I carry it. Sorry, but I don't have a link. I use a .pdf of the book but I can't remember where I got it...
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I'm in the midst of troubleshooting P2262 and P0472 codes after an EGR delete/oil cooler/turbo reconditioning job so found this:

Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC) Descriptions
Fault Code Circuit Index Condition Description Probable Causes
P0046 VGT Solenoid Turbo/supercharger boost control solenoid circuit range/performance Open circuit, control circuit short to voltage, control circuit short to ground, faulty solenoid, faulty PCM
P0069 BARO MAP/BARO correlation MAP/BARO, EP must be within 1 psi
P0096 IAT2 Intake air temperature sensor 2 circuit range/performance Faulty sensor, faulty circuitry, faulty PCM
P0097 IAT2 Intake air temperature sensor 2 circuit low input Short to ground, faulty sensor, faulty PCM
P0098 IAT2 Intake air temperature sensor 2 circuit high input Short to voltage, open in return circuit, faulty PCM, faulty sensor
P0101 MAF Mass or volume air flow circuit range/performance Restricted air flow, faulty sensor, contamination, intake air leak, faulty PCM
P0103 MAF Mass or volume air flow circuit high input Restriction, water intrusion, signal short to voltage, return circuit open, faulty sensor, faulty PCM
P0107 BARO Manifold absolute pressure/BARO sensor low input Open VREF, signal circuit short to ground, faulty sensor, faulty PCM
P0108 BARO Manifold absolute pressure/BARO sensor high input Short to voltage, open in signal return, faulty sensor, faulty PCM
P0112 IAT Intake air temperature circuit low input Short to ground, faulty sensor, faulty PCM
P0113 IAT Intake air temperature circuit high input Short to voltage, open in signal return, faulty sensor, faulty PCM
P0117 ECT Engine coolant temperature circuit low input Signal short to ground, faulty sensor, faulty PCM
P0118 ECT Engine coolant temperature high input Signal short to voltage, open in return circuit, faulty sensor, faulty PCM
P0196 EOT Engine oil temperature sensor circuit range/performance Faulty circuitry, fault sensor, faulty thermostat, faulty PCM
P0197 EOT Engine oil temperature sensor circuit low input Signal short to ground, faulty circuitry, faulty sensor, faulty PCM
P0198 EOT Engine oil temperature sensor circuit high input Signal short to voltage, open in signal return, faulty circuitry, faulty sensor, faulty PCM
P0219 Engine overspeed condition Excessive engine speed
P0230 Fuel Pump Fuel pump primary circuit Open FP relay, inertia switch, faulty fuel pump
P0231 Fuel Pump Fuel pump secondary circuit low Fuse, relay, inertia switch, fuel pump, open/short circuit
P0232 Fuel Pump Fuel pump secondary circuit high Relay failure, short circuit, pump failure
P0236 MAP Turbo/supercharger boost sensor A circuit range/performance Restricted exhaust, hose missing
P0237 MAP Turbo/supercharger boost sensor A circuit low Circuit open, short to ground, faulty sensor
P0238 MAP Turbo/supercharger boost sensor A circuit high Circuit short to voltage, faulty sensor
P0261 INJ Cylinder #1 injector circuit low Short to ground, open circuit, faulty FICM, faulty injector
P0262 INJ Cylinder #1 injector circuit high Circuit short to voltage
P0263 INJ Cylinder #1 contribution/balance Power cylinder, valve train or injector failure
P0264 INJ Cylinder #2 injector circuit low Short to ground, open circuit, faulty FICM, faulty injector
P0265 INJ Cylinder #2 injector circuit high Circuit short to voltage
P0266 INJ Cylinder #2 contribution/balance Power cylinder, valve train or injector failure
P0267 INJ Cylinder #3 injector circuit low Short to ground, open circuit, faulty FICM, faulty injector
P0268 INJ Cylinder #3 injector circuit high Circuit short to voltage
P0269 INJ Cylinder #3 contribution/balance Power cylinder, valve train or injector failure
P0270 INJ Cylinder #4 injector circuit low Short to ground, open circuit, faulty FICM, faulty injector
P0271 INJ Cylinder #4 injector circuit high Circuit short to voltage
P0272 INJ Cylinder #4 contribution/balance Power cylinder, valve train or injector failure
P0273 INJ Cylinder #5 injector circuit low Short to ground, open circuit, faulty FICM, faulty injector
P0274 INJ Cylinder #5 injector circuit high Circuit short to voltage
P0275 INJ Cylinder #5 contribution/balance Power cylinder, valve train or injector failure
P0276 INJ Cylinder #6 injector circuit low Short to ground, open circuit, faulty FICM, faulty injector
P0277 INJ Cylinder #6 injector circuit high Circuit short to voltage
P0278 INJ Cylinder #6 contribution/balance Power cylinder, valve train or injector failure
P0279 INJ Cylinder #7 injector circuit low Short to ground, open circuit, faulty FICM, faulty injector
P0280 INJ Cylinder #7 injector circuit high Circuit short to voltage
P0281 INJ Cylinder #7 contribution/balance Power cylinder, valve train or injector failure
P0282 INJ Cylinder #8 injector circuit low Short to ground, open circuit, faulty FICM, faulty injector
P0283 INJ Cylinder #8 injector circuit high Circuit short to voltage
P0284 INJ Cylinder #8 contribution/balance Power cylinder, valve train or injector failure
P0297 INJ Vehicle overspeed condition
P0298 EOT Engine oil overtemperature condition Faulty sensor, faulty circuitry, cooling system fault, faulty thermostat, faulty PCM
P0299 EP Turbo/Supercharger Underboost EP actual is less than commanded
P0300 INJ Random misfire detected CKP/CMP not in sync, more that one cylinder is detected
P0301 INJ Cylinder #1 misfire detected Mechanical engine failure
P0302 INJ Cylinder #2 misfire detected Mechanical engine failure
P0303 INJ Cylinder #3 misfire detected Mechanical engine failure
P0304 INJ Cylinder #4 misfire detected Mechanical engine failure
P0305 INJ Cylinder #5 misfire detected Mechanical engine failure
P0306 INJ Cylinder #6 misfire detected Mechanical engine failure
P0307 INJ Cylinder #7 misfire detected Mechanical engine failure
P0308 INJ Cylinder #8 misfire detected Mechanical engine failure
P0335 CKP Crankshaft position sensor A circuit Crankshaft sensor circuit
P0336 CKP Crankshaft position sensor A circuit range/performance Crankshaft sensor circuit
P0340 CMP Camshaft position sensor A circuit (bank 1 or single sensor) Camshaft sensor circuit
P0341 CMP Camshaft position sensor A circuit range/performance (bank 1 or signal sensor) Camshaft sensor circuit
P0381 GPL Glow plug/heater indicator circuit Open circuit, short to ground
P0401 EGR Exhaust gas recirculation flow insufficient detected EGR valve, sensor failure
P0402 EGR Exhaust gas recirculation flow excessive detected EGR valve, sensor failure
P0403 EGR Exhaust gas recirculation control circuit Open circuit, short to ground, short to voltage, faulty valve, faulty PCM
P0404 EGR Exhaust gas recirculation control circuit range/performance Difference between command and actual exceeds a specified limit
P0405 EGR Exhaust gas recirculation sensor A circuit low Voltage below a specified range
P0406 EGR Exhaust gas recirculation sensor A circuit high Voltage above a specified range
P0407 EGR Exhaust gas recirculation sensor B circuit low Sensor, open circuit, short to ground
P0408 EGR Exhaust gas recirculation sensor B circuit high Sensor, short to voltage
P0460 FLI Fuel level sensor circuit Open circuit, short circuit, cluster, tank unit, open return
P0470 EP Exhaust pressure sensor Faulty sensor, open signal return, faulty PCM
P0471 EP Exhaust pressure sensor range/performance Faulty sensor, restricted supply tube, faulty PCM
P0472 EP Exhaust pressure sensor low input Open VREF, short circuit, open circuit
P0473 EP Exhaust pressure sensor high input Short to voltage
P0478 EP Exhaust pressure control valve high input EP above specified value
P0480 VFAN Fan 1 control circuit Short to voltage, short to ground, open circuit
P0487 EGR EGR throttle position control circuit Circuit open, shorted, actuator
P0488 EGR EGR throttle position control range/performance Throttle plate, actuator, sensor
P0500 VSS Vehicle speed sensor A Faulty sensor, circuit failure, PCM failure, trans failure, TR failure
P0528 FSS Fan speed sensor circuit no signal Mechanical failure, short to voltage, open circuit, short to ground
P0560 PCED System voltage Charging system failure
P0562 PCED System voltage low Charging system failure
P0563 PCED System voltage high Charging system failure
P0565 SCCS Cruise control ON signal Open circuit, short circuit, switch failure, PCM failure to activate switch during testing
P0566 SCCS Cruise control OFF signal Open circuit, short circuit, switch failure, PCM failure to activate switch during testing
P0567 SCCS Cruise control RESUME signal Open circuit, short circuit, switch failure, PCM failure to activate switch during testing
P0568 SCCS Cruise control SET signal Open circuit, short circuit, switch failure, PCM failure to activate switch during testing
P0569 SCCS Cruise control COAST signal Open circuit, short circuit, switch failure, PCM failure to activate switch during testing
P0603 PCED Powertrain control module keep alive memory (KAM) error Faulty connection, faulty PCM
P0605 PCED Powertrain control module read only memory (ROM) error Internal PCM failure
P0606 PCED ECM/PCM processor Internal PCM fault
P0611 FICM Fuel injector control module performance Internal FICM failure
P0620 ALT Generator 1 control circuit Charging system
P0623 ALT Generator lamp control circuit Charging system
P0645 PCED A/C clutch relay control circuit A/C circuit, A/C relay
P0649 PCED Cruise control lamp control circuit Circuit continuity
P0670 GPCM Glow plug module control circuit Short to voltage, short to ground, open circuit
P0671 GPCM Cylinder 1 glow plug circuit Circuit open, short to ground, short to voltage, faulty glow plug
P0672 GPCM Cylinder 2 glow plug circuit Circuit open, short to ground, short to voltage, faulty glow plug
P0673 GPCM Cylinder 3 glow plug circuit Circuit open, short to ground, short to voltage, faulty glow plug
P0674 GPCM Cylinder 4 glow plug circuit Circuit open, short to ground, short to voltage, faulty glow plug
P0675 GPCM Cylinder 5 glow plug circuit Circuit open, short to ground, short to voltage, faulty glow plug
P0676 GPCM Cylinder 6 glow plug circuit Circuit open, short to ground, short to voltage, faulty glow plug
P0677 GPCM Cylinder 7 glow plug circuit Circuit open, short to ground, short to voltage, faulty glow plug
P0678 GPCM Cylinder 8 glow plug circuit Circuit open, short to ground, short to voltage, faulty glow plug
P0683 GPCM Glow plug control module to PCM communication circuit Open circuit, short to voltage, short to ground, faulty PCM
P0700 TR Transmission control system (MIL request)
P0703 BOO Brake switch B input circuit Short to ground, open circuit, short to voltage, faulty PCM
P0704 CPP Clutch switch input circuit Short to ground, open circuit, short to voltage, faulty PCM
P1000 PCED OBD systems readiness test not complete OBD monitors/drive cycles incomplete
P1001 PCED KOER not able to complete, KOER aborted
P1102 MAF Mass air flow sensor in range but lower than expected VPWR open, return circuit open, signal short to ground sensor
P1139 WIF Water in fuel indicator WIF lamp, faulty PCM
P1148 ALT Generator 2 control circuit Charging system
P1149 ALT Generator 2 control circuit high Charging system
P1184 EOT Engine oil temperature sensor out of self test range Engine too cold/hot, leaking thermostat, faulty sensor
P1260 Theft detected, vehicle immobilized Anti-theft system failure
P1284 ICP Aborted KOER injector control pressure regulator IPR valve, circuit failure
P1334 EGR EGR throttle position sensor minimum stop performance Throttle plate, actuator sensor
P1335 EGR EGR position sensor minimum stop performance Difference between command and actual exceeds limit
P1378 INJ Module FICM supply voltage circuit low Faulty connection, fuse, faulty relay, short to ground, charging system
P1379 INJ Module FICM supply voltage circuit high Charging system
P1408 EGR Exhaust gas recirculation flow out of self test range EGR above/below required calibration
P1464 ACCS A/C demand out of self test range Operator error, A/C circuit shorted to voltage
P1501 VSS Vehicle speed sensor out of self test range Operator error
P1502 PCED Invalid test auxiliary power control module functioning APCM active while KOER test is running
P1531 PCED Invalid test accelerator pedal movement Accelerator moved during KOER testing
P1536 PBA Parking brake switch circuit Circuit, switch, PCM failed to activate switch during KOER
P1635 PCM Tire/axle out of acceptable range PCM programming
P1636 PCM Vehicle ID block corrupted, not programmed PCM programming
P1703 BOO Brake switch out of self test range During Key On Engine Off (KOEO) Self-Test the BPP signal was high or during Key On Engine Running (KOER) Self -Test the BPP signal did not cycle high and low.
P1705 TR Transmission range circuit not indicating park/neutral during self test Trans range failure
P1725 Insufficient engine speed increase during self-test System voltage out of self-test range. Repeat the self-test.
P1726 Insufficient engine speed decrease during self-test System voltage out of self-test range. Repeat the self-test.
P2122 APP Throttle/pedal position sensor/switch D circuit low input Faulty sensor, poor connection, open in signal circuit, signal circuit short to ground, faulty PCM
P2123 APP Throttle/pedal position sensor/switch D circuit high input Short to voltage, signal return open, faulty sensor, faulty PCM
P2127 APP Throttle/pedal position sensor/switch E circuit low input Faulty sensor, poor connection, open in signal circuit, signal circuit short to ground, faulty PCM
P2128 APP Throttle/pedal position sensor/switch E circuit high input Short to voltage, signal return open, faulty sensor, faulty PCM
P2132 APP Throttle/pedal position sensor/switch F circuit low input Faulty sensor, poor connection, open in signal circuit, signal circuit short to ground, faulty PCM
P2133 APP Throttle/pedal position sensor/switch F circuit high input Short to voltage, signal return open, faulty sensor, faulty PCM
P2138 APP Throttle/pedal position sensor/switch D/E voltage correlation Difference in sensor readings
P2139 APP Throttle/pedal position sensor/switch D/F voltage correlation Difference in sensor readings
P2140 APP Throttle/pedal position sensor/switch E/F voltage correlation Difference in sensor readings
P2199 IAT Intake air temperature 1/2 correlation Difference between IAT and IAT2 exceeds a specified value
P2262 MAP Turbo/supercharger boost pressure not detected mechanical Minimum boost under load. MAP hose disconnected.
P2263 EP Turbo/supercharger system performance EP actual exceeds commanded for a specified time
P2269 WIF Water in fuel condition Water in fuel, faulty connection, short in circuit, faulty sensor, faulty PCM
P2284 ICP Injector control pressure sensor circuit range/performance A difference in commanded versus actual injection oil pressure was detected.
P2285 ICP Injector control pressure sensor circuit low ICP signal is lower than specified value
P2286 ICP Injector control pressure sensor circuit high ICP signal is higher than specified value
P2288 ICP Injector control pressure too high ICP pressure is greater than specified value
P2289 ICP Injector control pressure too high engine OFF ICP pressure is greater than specified value
P2290 ICP Injector control pressure too low Actual pressure is less than commanded for a specified time
P2291 ICP Injector control pressure too low engine cranking ICP cranking pressure too low
P2552 FICMM FICMM circuit throttle/fuel inhibit circuit RPM out of range for closed pedal position
P2614 CMP Camshaft position output circuit Incorrect CMP signal
P2617 CKP Crankshaft position output circuit Incorrect CKP signal
P2623 Injector control pressure regulator circuit
U0101 PCED Lost communication with TCM Communication failure
U0105 PCED Lost communication with FICM Communication failure
U0155 PCED Lost communication with instrument cluster Communication failure
U0306 PCED Software incompatibility with fuel injector control module Communication failure
P1610 PCED Install a new PCM module PCM flashing failure
P1611 PCED Diagnose further PCM flashing failure
P1615 PCED Flash erase error PCM flashing failure
P1616 PCED Flash erase error, low voltage PCM flashing failure
P1617 PCED Block programming error PCM flashing failure
P1618 PCED Block programming error, low voltage PCM flashing failure
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Old 02-21-2015, 07:54 PM   #36
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6.0L coffee table book attached as a pdf file.

Downloaded from this source:
http://www.forddoctorsdts.com/coffeetablebooks.html

Another great source of info, including some helpful videos:
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Thanks for the download. I had a paper version I hauled around I got from the shop at work but I'll just download the PDF.
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About getting more hot air out of the engine compartment, someone on the forum said they took the rubber gasket off that goes between the cowel and the top of the hood. They calculated how many square inches of free space they got, don't know if it works or not though.
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But I thought there was an issue of hot air being sucked in by the A/C. Not sure what effect that has on the A/C's temp but I'd want to make sure it's not compromised.
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daveb, what size louvers did you end up getting. I presume they are either 11x17" or the high-flow 10x19" version. I think I'm going to do this. Not sure about the side louvers. They certainly look cool.
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