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Old 04-06-2012, 01:22 AM
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What do these codes mean?

I got my Auto Enginuity and ran the test. These are the codes I got.

B1352-Ignition key-in circuit failure intrument cluster
B2425-remote keyless entry out of sync vsm
P1000-monitor checks not complete-more driving required
P0603-inernal control module KAM error
P1248-turbo boost pressure not detected
P0683-glow plug control module to pcmcommunication circuit


Well any help on where to start with these to fix them would be greatly apreciated. Thanks for looking.
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Are you having any issues? Driveability issues? MAP line hooked up?
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I got my Auto Enginuity and ran the test. These are the codes I got.

B1352
B2425
P1000
P0603
P1248
P0683

Well any help on where to start with these would be greatly apreciated. Thanks for looking.
When you want to know the codes, this will help.
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I got my Auto Enginuity and ran the test. These are the codes I got.

B1352
B2425
P1000
P0603
P1248
P0683

Well any help on where to start with these would be greatly apreciated. Thanks for looking.
"B" is for Body and "P" is for Powertrain

B1352 DSM (Driver's Seat Module)....Sounds like you have an Excursion and the module isn't connected or possibly faulty.
B2425 you need to reprogram your key fobs for remote keyless entry
P1000 you need to drive your truck for a while so the PCM can check all the systems. This code will go away on it's own after a while.
P0603 Your batteries have been disconnected or the PCM was removed from the system recently.
P0683 There is some problem with your glow plug control module.
P1248 Boost not detected. This one you need to fix. Check and see if your MAP sensor is connected properly. There should be a hose that looks like a vacuum line that runs from the sensor to the intake manifold (spider). Check and see if this hose is broken, cut or disconnected. Also check the electrical connector to make sure it's seated properly. The red locking tab should slide all the way up towards the sensor...
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Sorry I knew what the little descriptions were but I don't know what they mean in english. The glow plug to pcm circuit I believe is that my uvch is fried, yes maybe? The one about boost pressure is because I turned the truck on with my boots off. But the others I dont know what they want me to do to fix them. What do you guys think
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Snake-n-Bake my 1352 description is different than what u described or is what u described what the code means?
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The glow plug to pcm circuit I believe is that my uvch is fried, yes maybe?
I'll save you some time on this one; no.

The glow plug control module communicates to the PCM through the engine wiring harness, not the valve cover harness. If you have a problem with the glow plug wiring through the harness under the valve cover, you will end up with individual glow plug failure codes.
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Snake-n-Bake my 1352 description is different than what u described or is what u described what the code means?
I am mistaken. I misread the code and looked up B1342 by accident.
Your code is describing some sort of issue with the ignition key circuit. Can be caused a dozens of various things. Most likely an isolated incident. Clear your codes, drive around and see what returns.

Sorry, I am of no help with the glow plug control module. I've never touched one of those things...
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Do you get a chime when key is in ignition and you open the door? I've always got the B1352 code whenever I hook up AE. I did the key in ignition chime delete and that might be why.
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Snake-N-Bake,

Thanks for the pic. I forgot to reattach the vacuum line to the map sensor when I put everything back together after changing my glow plugs and doing th e.50 cent mod. I got the ae and fixed that tube and cleared the engine codes and everything is great no more codes. Thanks guys for responding. Now that I got that cleared what tests should I do with the ae.

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Thanks for the pic. I forgot to reattach the vacuum line to the map sensor when I put everything back together after changing my glow plugs and doing th e.50 cent mod. I got the ae and fixed that tube and cleared the engine codes and everything is great no more codes. Thanks guys for responding. Now that I got that cleared what tests should I do with the ae.

Thanks guys

KOEO - MAP sensor and EBP sensor should be within 1.3 PSI of your altitude pressure (12 PSI 6000 ft, 14.7 PSI sea level) I did the buzz test before the first engine start of the day, activated things I can't hear when the engine is running, you can do the cylinder contribution test, blah-blah-blah. I bought the 7.3L Powerstroke Diesel Powertrain Control/Emissions Diagnosis (PC/ED) and the Excursion/Superduty Wiring Diagrams for my year of truck. I got mine at Amazon, but ebay has them too. This book is the Ford engine analyzer accompaniment.

While those tests can yield some obvious stuff like a bad injector solenoid or a bad MAP sensor, the real gain for me was driving with AE recording. I always record MPH and RPM to get a reference to where I am - you can see starts, stops, city, highways, etc.... I also need to know under what conditions something specific happens. I can give you a shopping list of items to record when testing the HPOP:
  1. MPH
  2. RPM
  3. Injector Control Pressure
  4. Injector Control Pressure Duty Cycle
  5. Fuel Injector Pulse Width
  6. Accelerator Position Voltage
I conducted several acceleration test with different tunes and I was lucky to hook up to another truck to compare the data. My HPOP is bad - new one coming.
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